Seniors' Choice Act Would Keep Medicare Solvent, Sens. Coburn And Burr Say
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The Obama administration says that without the Affordable Care Act, Medicare would become insolvent in 2016 – eight years earlier than predicted by the Medicare trustees. But Republican Sens. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma and Richard Burr of North Carolina say their Seniors Choice Act is a better alternative to meet Medicare’s future fiscal challenges.
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