Supreme Court filing suggests AARP feigned support for Medigap reform

Matthew Boyle
The Daily Caller

A Supreme Court amicus briefing filed by the AARP indicates that during the national debate over President Obama’s health care overhaul, the senior-citizen advocacy group did not prioritize stopping Medigap providers, including itself, from discriminating against seniors with pre-existing conditions. This stands in stark contrast with AARP’s past claims.

The Supreme Court case pits the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services against Florida and 12 other states that claim Obamacare is unconstitutional.

In its brief, the AARP lists the six priorities it had while advocating in favor of Obamacare while Congress was debating it:

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