A new study found that health care costs would rise for future Medicare recipients under Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's plan. President Barack Obama will focus on the study's numbers as he campaigns for reelection in Florida.
President Barack Obama offered an optimistic message on the campaign trail in Florida. He said America, diverse and talented, is still on top, and promised to reduce the deficit without harming the middle class.
GOP candidate Romney says he's paid at least 13 percent in taxes every year for a decade. In 2011, he made about $21 million. Middle income families, making from $50,000 to $75,000 a year, average 12.8 percent.