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Medicare advocacy groups are concerned that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is improperly putting its hand on the scales to tilt them further in favor of private Medicare Advantage plans.
Sheikh was her family's oldest child and began classes at Santa Fe High School last August. She had hoped to one day join Pakistan's foreign service.
To Taleb, the "no-skin-in-the-game class" is made up of decision-makers who "can drag you into policies that cosmetically feel good, but eventually, somebody pays a price and it's not them. "…