Seniors Speak Out on Social Security & Medicare Reform - TSCL
Social Security and Medicare reform are extremely important to America’s Seniors. That’s an understateent of sorts, but it’s equally important that the viewpoints of those most direclty affected by these two critical programs are heard by those responsible for planning and developing corrective action. The Senior Citizens League (TSCL) knows this, and recently recapped the findings of its 2020 surveys in which Seniors were polled to find out their views on the various proposals being considered in Washington.
The findings are clear. Seniors are vocal about medical costs, from drug prices to surprise medical billings, rating drug price negotiations, limits on drug price increases, and control on healthcare providers’ fee processes as the top three areas where legislative attention is needed. On the Social Security front, the currently deficient cost-of-living adjustment was a highly-voiced concern, as was the need to increase revenue by removing the cap on earnings subject to payroll tax.
The TSCL editorial staff summarized these survey results in a post today on www.prweb.com/, which you can access here…
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