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A major Medicare bill is making it's way through Congress. As it does, it's sparking passionate debates over the role of government in helping the elderly get good health care. Neal Conan and guests discuss what the proposed changes in Medicare may mean for you and your family.


Tom Scully
*Administrator of the Centers for Medicaid & Medicare Services

Joanne Silberner
*NPR Science Correspondent

Joseph Antos
*Wilson H. Taylor Scholar in Health Care and Retirement Policy, American Enterprise Institute

Marilyn Moon
*Expert on Health Policy, Urban Institute



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