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House Proceeding 03-20-10 on Mar 20th, 2010 :: 4:03:50 to 4:05:30
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Diane E. Watson

4:03:30 to 4:03:50( Edit History Discussion )

Diane E. Watson: to take communion. i was four down from gettin communion from the priest, someone leaned over and said, don't take my medicare away. the distortions out there have to be set straight. i appreciate my colleagues and you, representative garamendi.

Diane E. Watson

4:03:50 to 4:05:30( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Diane E. Watson

Diane E. Watson

4:03:51 to 4:04:13( Edit History Discussion )

Diane E. Watson: for talking about closing the part d doughnut hole. and you about 2,300 -- about $2,300 you yao had to expend for your prescription and then you went into a period of time when you

Diane E. Watson

4:04:14 to 4:04:35( Edit History Discussion )

Diane E. Watson: got no help and no discounts. that's going to be eliminated. i want to say for my friend who stopped me in church in sunday, the legislation will allow 6,100 medicare beneficiaries in

Diane E. Watson

4:04:36 to 4:04:56( Edit History Discussion )

Diane E. Watson: my district who entered the part d doughnut hole and are forced to pay the full cost of their prescription, that under this bill, these beneficiaries

Diane E. Watson

4:04:57 to 4:05:19( Edit History Discussion )

Diane E. Watson: will receive $250 rebate in this year, 2010. 50% discounts on brand name drugs, beginning in 2011. and complete closure, complete closure of the doughnut hole within a decade. a typical beneficiary, who

Diane E. Watson

4:05:20 to 4:05:31( Edit History Discussion )

Diane E. Watson: enters the doughnut hole who will see savings of over $700 in 2011 and over $3,000 by 2020

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