Paul was the only member of the entire Congress to vote against the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act inwhich prohibits health insurers and employers from discriminating against an individual on the basis of carrying a gene s that is associated with an increased risk for developing a disease. Paul has long opposed government funding of medical research. Paul says that when he entered medical practice in the early s, before the Medicare and Medicaid programs were established, the poor and the elderly were hospitalized at about the same rates as they have been under Medicare and Medicaid in the s, and that they received good care. He has called for elimination of other federal agencies such as the U. The Veterans Administration would be the only agency whose funds would be maintained at current levels of growth. In promoting this title at Arizona State University he said "There was chaos, there was trauma, there was rage.
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Schultz again stepped down as CEO in Decemberassuming the position of executive chairman. Lee Moses: Schulz is survived by his wife, a philanthropist, and his children:
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