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The Better Care Reconciliation Act, which many medical groups say is neither better nor provides care—could come with side effects for older workers and retiree-wannabes. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Senate Republicans’ try at replacing the Affordable Care Act—the Better Care Reconciliation Act, which many medical groups say is neither better nor provides care—could come with side effects: the need for older Americans to work longer and to save less for retirement.

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