More than one in three low-income seniors, or 41 percent, has already gone without medical or dental care because of high energy bills, according to a survey included in a newly released report.
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And things will only get worse for seniors, says the 60 Plus Association, as states scramble to comply with the Environmental Protection Agency’s carbon-reduction rules.

The 60 Plus Association’s report, titled Energy Bills Challenge America’s Fixed-Income Seniors, cited an Applied Public Policy Research Institute for Study and Evaluation (APPRISE) survey from 2010, which provides “insights into the real-world consequences of high energy costs among America’s senior population.”