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Bush, Kerry spar over drug benefit

Candidates at odds over history of ban on negotiated prices

By Christopher Rowland
Globe Staff / September 7, 2004

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Republicans who led chants of "flip-flop!" at the GOP convention in New York last week say they have new ammunition against presidential candidate John F. Kerry, who is on record as being both for and against a provision prohibiting Medicare from negotiating lower prices with drug companies. (Full Article: 731 Words)

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