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Chief Medicare actuary says Obamacare cuts unlikely to be viable in long-run

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On Monday, Obama administration officials were crediting his health care law with extending the solvency of Medicare for four years, to 2030, citing the latest report from the program's trustees. But at the end of the same report, the program's chief actuary warned that Obamacare's cuts to Medicare are unlikely to be sustainable in the long-run. The trust fund is an accounting mechanism, so, on...

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