President Obama Says No to Raising Medicare Eligibility Age

The White House Press Secretary announced that President Obama was
no longer considering raising the Medicare eligibility age as a means to
achieve deficit reduction. In the past, President Obama was willing to consider
raising the Medicare eligibility age from 65 to 67 as part of a “grand bargain”
that included both tax revenue and spending cuts. Read more in the Hill.

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