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Herb Kuhn, deputy administrator, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), left, listens as Deputy Commissioner Office of Systems Social Security Administration William E. Gray testifies on Capitol Hill. (AP Photo/Lawrence Jackson)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Employers and even some younger people would pay more for health insurance if lawmakers raise the eligibility age for Medicare, a study to be released Tuesday concludes.

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