When President Obama visits Windham and Rochester on Saturday, he will raise the specter of radical Medicare change proposed by US Representative Paul D. Ryan, the presumptive Republican pick for vice president. Ryan argues that he can curb spiraling Medicare costs through a voucher system that would pay seniors a fixed amount for medical care. But Democrats counter that cash-strapped elders would face thousands of dollars in extra costs and lower-quality care.
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