After being bitten by a rabid fox, a congressman wants cheaper rabies treatments

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A fox walks near Upper Senate Park on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol on April 5. Multiple people reported being bitten by the fox, that later tested positive for rabies.

California Rep. Ami Bera was bitten by a rabid fox on Capitol Hill in April. He’s OK, but now, he wants to make sure the cost of the lifesaving treatment isn’t a burden for those who need it.

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