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Fla. seniors hear little from candidates on entitlements

(David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / January 30, 2012
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When talk at a Florida senior center turned to Medicare and Social Security in the days leading up to tomorrow’s Florida Republican primary, this critical voting bloc expressed disappointment that the issues that disproportionately affect seniors have been notably absent from debates and candidates’ stump speeches. Most older voters say they don’t know what distinguishes the GOP contenders from each other when it comes to the future of the two entitlement programs.

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