By Jon Entine

In a sharp rebuke of a New York Times investigation, an analysis by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office found that a last-minute provision added to the early January “fiscal cliff” bill could save taxpayers as much as $4 billion–rather than costing $500 million, as the Times had claimed.

The brouhaha revolves around a Times investigation last month complemented a few days later by a follow up editorial attacking a trio of Senators for supporting a change in reimbursement policy for a class of drugs used by kidney dialysis patients.

View the entire article here: New York Times Mum After Congressional Budget Office Rebukes Bungled Amgen/Medicare Investigation

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