Republicans hurtling toward Medicare "reform" might want to consider a new study before they increase the eligibility age, particularly since they're already working on repealing the Affordable Care Act.

Estimates of the numbers of people who will be left uninsured if the ACA is repealed without a replacement pale in comparison to those who will lose insurance if the Medicare eligibility age is raised to 67.

That's according to a report titled "Analyzing the Impact of Raising Medicare's Eligibility Age, With and Without the Affordable Care Act."

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