SPOTLIGHT: Obama supports government-run long term care plan

While it hasn't been discussed much during the health reform debates, President Barack Obama has decided to back efforts to create a government program offering long-term care insurance as part of this effort. As planned, the voluntary program would pay a cash benefit for $50 or so per day, which people could use for nursing home bills or in-home services. Article

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