Of entitlements and the 2012 election

Altman, Nancy J.; Kingson, Eric
January 2013
Aging Today;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p8
The article offers information on the effect of 2012 Presidential lections on several programs in the U.S. for healthcare and social development including social security, Medicare and Medicaid. It mentions that these elections have strengthened the people working for the protection of Medicare and Medicaid. It also discusses the difference in the approach of both Republicans and Democrats towards healthcare programs in the U.S.


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