In a Sunday editorial, the New York times called for an end to “obscuring and twisting the facts and spreading unwarranted fear” about health care reform.
The Times said:
“…far from harming elderly Americans, the various reform bills now pending should actually make Medicare better for most beneficiaries — by enhancing their drug coverage, reducing the premiums they pay for drugs and medical care, eliminating co-payments for preventive services and helping keep Medicare solvent, among other benefits.”
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