Archive for October 2002

Career Story For 60 Plus Association's Hugh Newton Graces Front Page Of Washington Times, Friday, October 11, 2002

Jim Martin, President of the 60 Plus Association of Arlington, Virginia, expressed pride over an in-depth, front-page story about Hugh Newton from the October 11th edition of the Washington Times. Martin stated, “People who knew Hugh from 30 years as a PR ‘flack’ with the Heritage Foundation, as well as those he continues to work with today on behalf of the 60 Plus Association, will no doubt find as much pleasure as I did when they read the fine piece by Times Reporter Scott Galupo.”

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HMO's Greed Hurts Allergy Sufferers

Managed care organizations are conducting an orchestrated campaign to discriminate against allergy sufferers — largely in an effort to increase their own bottom line, according to the 60 Plus Association.

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Have They No Shame?

Statement by 60 Plus Association President Jim Martin responding to Democratic email, including a cartoon video depicting President Bush pushing seniors’ in wheelchairs down a path ‘…toward destruction.’ “Have they no shame? This is sick, in fact, sickening. To imply that President Bush or anybody else will send old folks in wheelchairs to the poor house by harming Social Security is not only deceitful but it’s totally dishonest.”

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Special Action Alert From The 60 Plus Association And CARE

Dear 60 Plus Association Advocate: Key members of the U.S. House and Senate are faced with an issue of critical importance to the Nation — passing national energy legislation. In order for America to ensure both national and economic security, affordable and reliable and supplies of energy must be available to businesses and individual consumers. Unless Congress acts now by adopting an effective national energy strategy, our economy, our jobs, and our way of life could be jeopardized.

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