Shortly after the act became law, a determination was made that the home health care visits for the elderly would be too
expensive. No problem. Congress just decided not to fund it.
It is a primary benefit in black and white for the elderly and it still appears as such.
This may not be of interest to people who are younger. Well, it should be. It cuts into their expected inheritance.
Furthermore, any other benefit in the law may suffer the same fate.
Yes, indeed. We live in perilous times.
William J. Sturm