veterans benefits cuts
voygt

Gilbert, WV

#1 Oct 22, 2012
http://www.cbpp.org/cms/...

For the most part, Governor Romney has not outlined cuts in specific programs. But if policy­makers repealed health reform (the Affordable Care Act, or ACA) and exempted Social Security from cuts, as Romney has suggested, and cut Medicare, Medicaid, and all other entitlement and discretionary programs by the same percentage to meet Romney’s overall spending cap and defense spending target, then they would have to cut non-defense programs other than Social Security by 22 percent in 2016 and 34 percent in 2022 (see Figure 1). If they exempted Medicare from cuts for this period, the cuts in other programs would have to be even more dramatic — 32 percent in 2016 and 53 percent in 2022.
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If they applied these cuts proportionately, the cuts in programs such as veterans’ disability compensation,

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