AARP health care survey highlights concerts over cost, coverage

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AARP Arizona has released a new poll on the deep divide between Americans and Washington politicians over health care policies important to older Americans. The results show that people don’t support bills that would mean higher costs and less coverage for older Americans. Dr. Lenn Kirschner, past president of AARP and the former director of Arizona’s Medicaid program, will discuss the survey and the health care plan being considered by the U.S. Senate.

Len Kirschner, MD: Past AARP President, Former AHCCCS Director

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