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Published on Oct 9, 2012
Confused by all the ads on Medicare? Here are the facts. Your congressman, Chip Cravaack, voted for a plan that, according to the AARP, would quote "undermine the market power of medicare and could lead to higher costs to seniors." That's not a partisan attack. That's what the non-partisan AARP wrote. Cravaack's plan would undermine medicare. Independent studies confirm that Cravaack's plan would eliminate the guarantee of healthcare for seniors and turn medicare into a voucher system. And Cravaack voted to make thousands of Minnesota seniors pay more for their prescription drugs next year. Now Cravaack's pals in Washington are running phony TV ads trying to fool you, attacking Rick Nolan on Medicare. It's a sham. Only one candidate supports cutting medicare benefits next year: Congressman Chip Cravaack.