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Your Views: Elected officials should not cut into needs of older Americans
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I am discouraged by some of our people in Washington who want to take Social Security to reduce the deficit.

We haven't received a cost-of-living increase since George Bush was president. They say the cost of living hasn't gone up. I haven't seen anyone who agrees with that.

Now they target the older people with the new health care law. I think everyone who thinks he or she may turn into an older person should watch their representatives and decide at the polls whether you want to keep them or change.

Clinton Coley


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