Lower cost projections ease pressure to change Medicare

02/24/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The · Reuters

The pressure to cut Medicare spending appears to be waning as members of Congress seem to be moving toward compromise, according to a New York Times analysis. The authors of the new Simpson-Bowles plan to cut $600 billion from spending on health care over 20 years say the absence of urgency could make needed cuts less likely.

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