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2/14/2019
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A group of House and Senate Democrats introduced a bill that would permit people ages 50 and older to buy Medicare plans and obtain the same cost-sharing subsidies and tax credits offered through Affordable Care Act exchanges. Supporters of the measure said the legislation is a more acceptable and less disruptive alternative to proposals that would open Medicare to everyone.

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