Many people are concerned about President-Elect Donald Trump’s proposed repeal of (or substantial change to) the Affordable Care Act, expanded Medicaid, certain Medicaid long-term care benefits, services to seniors and those with special needs, and much more. During this time of potential change, it is important to remember that the elder law bar (elder law attorneys) and advocacy organizations across the country will be working hard to anticipate, understand, and advise clients and the public about these changes – what they mean, and how best to deal with them.
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