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CHANDLER, Ariz., Jul 18, 2003 (United Press International via COMTEX) -- A coalition of chiropractors says a bill is gaining support in the House which may provide better access to chiropractors and significantly cut health care costs.
HR 2560 was dubbed the "Chiropractic Medicare Freedom and Benefit Protection Act."
It would provide a definition of chiropractic that, in the words of Rep. Don Manzullo, R.-Ill., will show a "definition of chiropractic that actually reflects what chiropractic has always been and what it should always be."
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