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How Can We Address Long-Term Care without CLASS?

Document date: November 28, 2011
Released online: November 28, 2011

With the demise of the Community Living Assistance Services and Supports (CLASS) Act, Program on Retirement Policy Director Richard Johnson talks us through ways it could be revitalized, new policies that could boost participation in the private market, and public-private options that could help achieve higher rates of coverage.


 

 



Topics/Tags: | Retirement and Older Americans


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