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Saints News, 7/15/15: Bill Named for Steve Gleason Slated for House Vote on Wednesday

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From NOLA.com: The legislation would make speech generating devices, such as the one used by Gleason to communicate, more readily accessible for patients with ALS and other neurological disorders available through Medicare and Medicaid. It has already passed the Senate. The bill is named for Gleason, a former inspirational player for the New Orleans Saints, who was diagnosed with ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) in 2011.

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