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Voting power of elders crucial in Pa.

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By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / September 22, 2008

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Second in a series of occasional articles YORK, Pa. - Ervin Generette, 71, never takes the government for granted. The retired hospital maintenance worker rides a state-supported bus most days to the White Rose Senior Center, which provides him with free meals. The commonwealth of Pennsylvania pays the bulk of his $800 monthly bill for prescription drugs for a heart ... (Full article: 1536 words)

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