Presidential Candidates Contrasting positions on the Affordable Care Act Simplified


Dr. CC thought you might appreciate this easy to understand report on the important issue of medicare and medicaid funding in the future…

FROM: The Consumers’ Voice

“The campaigns for the 2012 Presidential election are in full swing, with candidates’ health care platforms at the forefront of debate. Much attention has been given to the candidates’ differing approaches towards extending the solvency of the Medicare and Medicaid programs and contrasting positions on the Affordable Care Act. While we do not (and cannot) endorse a party or candidate(s), we do think it is important to educate our network on policy matters…”

http://www.theconsumervoice.org/election2012   for more information.

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