Presidential candidates should address reforms for Medicare

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As the Republican and Democratic candidates debate each other to be their party’s nominee, each candidate must attempt to position him or herself in relation to projected fiscal shortfalls in the Social Security and Medicare Trust Funds. One change proposed by candidate Chris Christie and others is an increase in the age of Medicare eligibility from 65 to 67. Read more…
 

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