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What’s Happening with Budget Reconciliation Legislation Affecting Seniors?

September 28th, 2021|Comments Off on What’s Happening with Budget Reconciliation Legislation Affecting Seniors?

As Democrats attempt to unite around a final budget reconciliation package – otherwise known as President Biden’s Build Back Better Plan – seniors advocates are keeping a close eye on key provisions affecting older Americans.

NCPSSM President to Manchin & Sinema: Protect Seniors’ Voting Rights!

September 21st, 2021|Comments Off on NCPSSM President to Manchin & Sinema: Protect Seniors’ Voting Rights!

One of the nation’s leading seniors’ advocacy organizations is appealing to Senators Joe Manchin and Krysten Sinema to support changes to the filibuster in order to protect older Americans’ voting rights

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Holdout House Dems Should Side with the People, Not Big Pharma

Nearly 90% of the American public wants Medicare to be able to negotiate drug prices with Big Pharma – including a majority of Republicans. Unfortunately, the will of the people is being thwarted not only by Republicans in Congress, who refuse to support Medicare price negotiation, but holdout ‘moderate’ Democrats.

Happy 86th Anniversary to Social Security

One of our nation's most popular federal programs marks another year of success on August 14th.  Social Security—the income security program for workers, retirees, people with disabilities, and their families - was signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt 86 years ago. But it's been almost four decades since the program was last reformed. In 1983, Congress took action to shore up Social Security's finances under the acute threat of insolvency. Fast-forward to the present.  We are confronted with a looming shortfall in the program's finances amid a growing demand to boost benefits.  But bi-partisan action to strengthen Social Security has been elusive—despite the best efforts of some lawmakers to put forward solid proposals.

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