An Analysis of the Social Security/Medicare Dilemma
Citing dire projections (“Through 2050, the Social Security trustees estimate that the number of seniors will rise from 48 million to 86 million. The Congressional Budget Office projects that, as a result, by 2047 Social Security and the major federal health-care programs, principally Medicare and Medicaid, will consume two-thirds of all federal spending (except for interest on the national debt)”) The Atlantic’s Ronald Brownstein offers conjecture on the difficulties ahead in the on-going reform efforts surrounding Social Security and Medicare. Read his post here…
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