WSJ — Humana gets whacked for telling the truth, AARP gets a pass for spreading falsehoods

Maybe Senate Finance Chairman Max Baucus should put a gag order on Douglas Elmendorf too. On Tuesday, the Congressional Budget Office director told Mr. Baucus’s committee that its plan to cut $123 billion from Medicare Advantage-the program that gives almost one-fourth of seniors private health-insurance options-will result in lower benefits and some 2.7 million people losing this coverage.

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