Sheryl Tenicat, in her own words: “$624 a month. That’s what I'm living on. 99 of that goes to my Medicare Part A and B. After I get my check in two weeks, it’s gone. I have nothing. I live on what I eat here [at the senior center]. I just do not want my cost of living cut, because I’ve paid in since I was 16.”

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