Americans on Medicare to pay lower premiums after spending overestimated

Less government spending leading to lower Medicare premiums is just one measure the US is taking to curb person healthcare costs, President Biden says, pointing to the Inflation Reduction Act that caps out-of-pocket insulin costs.

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President Joe Biden hailed a drop in premiums for the elderly and disabled on Medicare and lashed out at Republicans for opposing measures he said would also ease the burden on American families.

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