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I need Medicare. Don’t cut it!

by AARP Advocates category: Politics

“President Trump: Urge Congress in your Feb. 28 speech to follow your lead & protect #Medicare! http://thndr.me/U1mdGS

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This campaign ended on February 21, 2017 at 12PM

I need Medicare. Don’t cut it!

From day one of his presidential campaign, Donald Trump was crystal clear about his position on Medicare: it’s a deal with the American people, and one that he intends to honor as President.

But some in Congress are talking about dramatic changes to the program – and it’s clear that everything from higher costs to benefit cuts could be on the table. They may even try to turn Medicare into a voucher program.

We need to let President Trump know that we agree with him on protecting Medicare from cuts – and that we want Congress to follow his lead.

President Trump will address a joint session of Congress on February 28 – giving him the opportunity to set Congress on the right course of action for protecting Medicare for America’s seniors.

Join our Thunderclap and tell President Trump that we are counting on him to ensure Congress takes any cuts to Medicare off the table!

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AARP has a long history of fighting for affordable health care and against attempts to cut Medicare. We’ve long opposed attempts to force older Americans to pay more for their health care. As the Medicare debate heats up in Congress, AARP will make one thing crystal clear to lawmakers: it’s unacceptable to break Medicare’s promise by cutting benefits or increasing costs for seniors and future generations.

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