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I would like to thank the Mass Senior Action Council for holding a virtual briefing today on expanding the Medicare Savings Program (MSP). 6 out of 10 seniors living on their own in MA do not have enough money to meet their basic needs. Ensuring that seniors can spend less on the cost of healthcare means more money in their pockets. ⅓ of MA seniors with income below 200% of the federal poverty level spend more than 20% of their income on health care. compared to residents 19-64 of the same income who spend no more than 2% of their income through the MA Health Connector. The message to the Legislature was “rescue Me.” Seniors should NEVER have to plead with their government to care for them— our elders have been hit hard and continue to suffer in this pandemic. Our Governor is trying to repeal the 10% increase that State Senator Sal DiDomenico and I secured for Emergency Aid to the Elderly, Disabled and Children benefits, a $31 increase for seniors for the first time since 1988. We will be judged by our choices in the budgets we craft and pass. Steve Ultrino for State Representative Senator Jason Lewis ... See MoreSee Less

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