Seniors air doubts to Obama
Wall Street Journal, July 29, 2009
During a forum, President Barack Obama sought to reassure senior citizens that squeezing billions of dollars from Medicare spending won't hurt their benefits. He also defended a proposal aimed at encouraging Americans to make plans in advance for end-of-life medical care. AARP sponsored the forum in which President Obama took questions from a small audience of seniors, as well as by phone and Internet.
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