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Estimates of the numbers of people who will be left uninsured if the ACA is repealed without a replacement pale in comparison to those who will lose insurance if the Medicare eligibility age is raised to 67.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

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.

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