Improved Medicare coverage that includes lower costs for prescription drugs, as well as new dental, hearing, and vision benefits
Greater access to home and community-based services for seniors and individuals with disabilities
Expanded paid family and medical leave, including care for spouses and parents
Reforms to workforce development and job training programs that serve older adults
The proposal is only a blueprint now, but House leaders are aiming to pass a final bill by the end of September. By using a budget process known as reconciliation, the plan can then be passed by a simple majority vote in the Senate.
This plan is endorsed by the
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