Prisoners who fail to file for Medicare before their 65th birthday will face a penalty of 10% per year if they later enroll in Part B coverage. Being in prison and not being eligible to receive
In 2013, Department of Justice Inspector General Glen Fine issued a scathing report on Bureau of Prisons’ (BOP) tail-dragging that allows sick and elderly prisoners to literally die while
Prisoners, 50 years of age and older represent the fastest growing segment in already crowded federal facilities. From 2009 to 2013, their ranks increased by 25 percent to more than 31,000,
Prisons are overwhelmed with the demands for medical care for an aging population. There are tens of thousands like Stan Rothenberg, old men in whom the recklessness, addiction and rage that
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