Elderly concerned about health reform
The New York Times, August 21, 2009
Florida seniors are concerned about the healthcare debate in Washington and how it could affect them. Even supporters of the president are worried about Medicare cuts, elder care, and drugs and procedures being restricted to them. They paid into Medicare their entire working lives, several said, and basic fairness demands that they be allowed to keep what they have.
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