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Page_white_text H1730: To amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to ensure proportional representation of rural interests on the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission    [0 comments]
Amends title XVIII (Medicare) of the Social Security Act to require that the proportion of members of the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MEDPAC) who represent the interests of health care providers and Medicare beneficiaries located in rural areas be no less than the proportion of the total number of Medicare beneficiaries who reside in such areas.
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WorldH1730 at GovTrack BookH1730 at the Library of Congress
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Oregon
http://walden.house.gov

Co-Sponsors
Rep. Thomas Allen [D, ME-1]
Rep. Jason Altmire [D, PA-4]
Rep. Tammy Baldwin [D, WI-2]
Rep. Robert Berry [D, AR-1]
Rep. John Boozman [R, AR-3]
Rep. Dan Boren [D, OK-2]
Rep. Leonard Boswell [D, IA-3]
Rep. Frederick Boucher [D, VA-9]
Rep. F. Allen Boyd [D, FL-2]
Rep. Nancy Boyda [D, KS-2]
Rep. Shelley Capito [R, WV-2]
Rep. Christopher Carney [D, PA-10]
Rep. K. Michael Conaway [R, TX-11]
Rep. Barbara Cubin [R, WY-0]
Rep. Lincoln Davis [D, TN-4]

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