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The CLASS Act

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Document date: January 20, 2011
Released online: January 20, 2011

The Health and Human Services Department has until October 2012 to finalize plans for a new government-run, long-term care insurance program called the CLASS Act. In the January edition of the Program on Retirement Policy video series, Howard Gleckman discusses the rationale behind the program's creation, the implementation and political challenges it faces, and ultimately the tough choices facing potential long-term care insurance consumers.


 

 



Topics/Tags: | Retirement and Older Americans


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