In this Backgrounder for Heritage, the authors contend that seniors are facing higher Medicare costs, and that over the next five years, current law, as amended by the Patient Protection and A
In this blog post for the Foundry, Nix writes that we are not going to be able to keep our health plan(s).
in this Research Summary for the Center for Policy Innovation Research at the Heritage Foundation, Winfree writes that,
in this post in the Foundry, the author blogs that the idea of a public option in Medicare was not actually included in the legislation. He writes,
In this posting in the Foundry, the author contends that the Medicare drug benefit—known as Medicare Part D—had many critics.