Sebelius: South Dakotans save $12.3M with health care law

Chairman’s Note: The numbers don’t lie – health care reform is working for South Dakota. South Dakota Seniors and people with disabilities have saved $12.3 million dollars on prescription drugs, closing the prescription drug coverage gap known as the “doughnut hole” has saved the average senior $602, and 90,597 people with original Medicare in South Dakota have gotten at least one preventive service at no cost to them just in the first seven months of 2012. Is this really what Congresswoman Noem and Senator John Thune want to get rid of?

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