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Few Support Immediate Changes for Medicare, Social Security

A strong majority of Missouri residents who weighed in on the future of Medicare and Social Security say some changes to benefits and revenue are needed so the programs will be available to their children and grandchildren.

"I don't think the country can keep going on the way it is from a financial standpoint," said Joplin resident Tom Beisner, 74. "Something has to be done."

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