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1 Pharma Alliance International Presentation February, 2013 Media Management

2 Deficits: How we got here

3 Discretionary vs. Mandatory Spending nationalpriorities.org/en/budget-basics/federal-budget-101/spending

4 Major Spending Categories

5 Deficit Reduction to Date

6 Future Deficit Reduction

7 What Sequester Means

8 NDD - Sequester Dollars Program8.2%5.2%** AoA *$121 million$76 million SCSEP$37 million$23 million CDC$464 million$294 million Housing Counseling $4 million$2 million LIHEAP$285 million$181 million *$13 million in mandatory funding at AoA and the $1 billion Prevention and Public Health Fund also subject to sequester, but at different rates. **OMB estimates that practical effect of sequester levied on 7 months of funding would be a 9% cut.

9 NDD - Sequester People

10 Short-term Sequester Alternatives

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12 Long-term Sequester Alternatives What is a balanced package? Spending-Revenue Percentage Spending-Revenue Ratio Enacted/Current Deficit Reduction72% - 28%2.8 to 1 Future Long-Term Deficit Reduction ($1.2 trillion over 10 years) 100% spending cuts83% - 17%4.9 to 1 50% revenues, 50% spending64% - 36%1.8 to 1 90% revenues, 10% spending50% - 50%1 to 1

13 Mandatory Spending - Medicare

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15 Senior Groups on Cutting Medicare

16 Medicaid & Seniors – Long-term Care

17 Medicaid & Seniors – Other Coverage

18 Medicaid Per Capita Caps

19 Senior Groups on Cutting Social Security

20 Resources NCOA Federal Budget Advocacy Toolkit NDD United Campaign Toolkit Leadership Council on Aging Organizations For more information


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