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**FILE** President Obama, with AARP CEO Barry Rand (left) and Sen. Max Baucus, Montana Democrat, announced a plan in late June 2009 that would help seniors save money on prescription drugs. The plan would close a loophole, known as "doughnut hole," established in 2002 by the Bush administration. (Associated Press)

**FILE** President Obama, with AARP CEO Barry Rand (left) and Sen. Max Baucus, Montana Democrat, announced a plan in late June 2009 that would help seniors save money on prescription drugs. The plan would close a loophole, known as "doughnut hole," established in 2002 by the Bush administration. (Associated Press)

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