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AARP: Medicare changes will benefit seniors

November 22, 2013

Medicare beneficiaries will have more of their preventive services and prescription drug costs covered due to changes occurring under the federal Affordable Care Act....

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Nov-23-13 11:42 PM

The AARP is bigger than the t party and unlike the T party they earn their money as opposed to getting it from adelson or the koch bros. Glad they spoke up--take that t party; all the way back to your sugar daddies.

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Nov-23-13 6:03 PM

Exactly and that is why so many on the right fight the ACA. The ACA reduces total medical costs for all with insurance. Reasonabley priced insurers and providers are not affected. It is only the geed in medicine that is intended to be changed by the ACA. The hidden truth in the objection to the ACA by the right is that the easy, big money in medicine is threatened. That is why they never wanted it, have no alternative and want it stopped instead of perfected.

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Nov-23-13 4:42 PM

No lack of seniors here.

One man's benefit is another man's loss.

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Nov-23-13 2:34 PM

With every passing day, more will become aware of the benefits of the ACA. The Republicans want the ACA stopped. Those who say they want changes are liars. All they do is lie about it and obstruct it. They lie about the number of people who want the ACA. There is an election coming and it will speak to the majority opinion of the ACA. Any need as great as healthcare reform will never go away.

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