As the first session of the 117th Congress begins its work, we’ve detailed a myriad of legislative priorities which would continue to build and strengthen Social Security and Medicare’s historic legacy for current and future beneficiaries.
The just-passed House COVID relief bill contains a crucial provision for America’s seniors which the Senate’s bill should include — a 7.5% increase in federal Medicaid matching funds for home and community-based services (HCBS).
On behalf of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare’s millions of members and supporters, I write to express our deep concerns about S. 4323, the TRUST Act of 2020, which was introduced in the 116th Congress.
The National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare is a membership organization whose mission is to protect, preserve, promote, and ensure the financial security, health, and the well-being of current and future generations of maturing Americans.
There are many ways you can help preserve the legacy of Social Security and Medicare to ensure a decent quality of life for Americans. Petition drives, rallies and press events, telephone campaigns and community forums are some of the frequent activities we employ to help influence the policy agendas of Congress and the White House.