Economy

March 29, 2010 4:15 PM

How Medicare's drug 'doughnut hole' will be filled

Now that the health care overhaul has passed Congress, Democratic lawmakers are hoping to highlight its most immediate benefits. Chief among them: a plan to help millions of elderly and disabled Medicare beneficiaries pay for their medications by gradually eliminating a prescription-drug coverage gap commonly known as the "doughnut hole."

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