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November 6, 2013 9:22 PM

Karolyn Alvarez: Retiree facing higher costs

I’m tired of hearing that my medical insurance policy is a “junk” policy. As a Merced County retiree, my medical/drug supplement to Medicare is actually a Cadillac policy and is gone as of Dec. 31. Simply put, the county can no longer afford the premium hikes and amounts given to retirees to help pay for our medical/drug coverage.

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