Thursday, October 20, 2005

Congress To Make Life Less Hard For Seniors

Recognising that what should be "The golden years" are actually too hard for many Americans, Congress has taken steps to reduce the rigidity faced by many senior citizens. "We don't want these people to think that they are getting shafted" said one congressional aide. In answer to many complaints, especially from elder women, Congress yesterday passed, and sent to the President, legislation which removes Viagra and similar erectile disfunction medications from the lists of medicines which will be paid for by Medicare and Medicaid.


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