"Imagine a world without Medicare." That's the rallying cry of a new grassroots campaign launched today by the giant seniors group AARP that will include town hall meetings in 50 states and national television ads.
“Even though Mitt Romney has regained momentum as the front-runner in the GOP race with wins in Arizona and Michigan, many within the Republican Party are ready to pull the rip cord and find someone else.”
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Mitt may have Utah locked up, but he’s looking dicey elsewhere. There are more questions about President Barack Obama’s birth. It may be time to throw my hat into the ring and save the nation from the loonies.
DETROIT -- Four days before critical primary elections, Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney outlined a far-reaching plan Friday to gradually delay Americans' eligibility for Medicare as well as Social Security.
WASHINGTON — If the deficit-cutting supercommittee fails, Congress will face a crummy choice. Lawmakers can allow payroll tax cuts and jobless aid for millions to expire or they extend them and increase the nation’s $15 trillion debt by at least $160 billion.
OGDEN -- Medicare patients at Ogden Regional Medical Center and McKay-Dee Hospital are among the least likely in the country to be readmitted within a month of leaving the hospital following treatment.
Last updated Wednesday, September 21, 2011 - 3:14pm
LOS ANGELES -- AARP, which lobbies on behalf of seniors, has launched a television campaign designed to persuade members of the congressional "super committee" charged with finding $1.5 trillion worth of deficit reduction to leave Social Security and Medicare alone.
Last updated Wednesday, September 21, 2011 - 7:24am
WASHINGTON — The number of young adults without health insurance has dropped significantly, a new survey finds, thanks to a provision of President Barack Obama’s health care law allowing them to stay on their parents’ plans.