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• The National Bipartisan Commission on the Future of Medicare will try again this week to find 11 out of 17 members to support a proposal for reforms on Medicare. The plan calls for increased out-of-pocket expenses for Medicare home health services, reported Gannett News Service. Opponents have said that a 10% copayment will hurt vulnerable seniors, but Sen. Phil Gramm (R-TX) supports more copayments. "The problem is, everybody wants something for nothing," he said.