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Top Democrats Reject New Plan to Cut Medicare Spending

Say no to raising the Medicare eligibility age to 67

Top Democrats say no to Lieberman, Coburn proposal: The response was swift to a new bill aimed at reducing the federal debt by raising the eligibility age for Medicare from 65 to 67. The plan would cut $600 billion from the federal debt over 10 years. Read

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