Sebelius: Healthcare law makes Medicare stronger, more affordable
When President Barack Obama delivered the State of the Union last week, he talked about American values—the idea that if you work hard and play by the rules, you should be able to make a good life for yourself and family, and have something left for retirement. Part of those values is the promise of Medicare that older Americans won't have to spend the last part of their lives worrying about going broke from a hospital bill. Today, I am visiting Tampa to talk about how the 2010 health care law, the Affordable Care Act, is strengthening that promise.
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