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Topic - James L. Martin
After years of Republicans taking shots for proposing changes to Medicare and Social Security, the tables have turned and now "it's payback time," said James L. Martin, president of the 60 Plus Association.
But Mr. Martin, whose organization regularly clashes with the much bigger AARP, said AARP is a major insurer and has a financial interest in trying to drive out other potential competitors.