Archive for February 2003

Statement Of Roger Zion, Honorary Chairman, 60 Plus Association, To Senate Energy And Natural Resources Committee, U.S. Senate

“In 1973, I served as the Chairman of the House Republican Task Force on Energy and Resources. I gave a speech on the House floor in which I said: “If we don’t make maximum used of domestic energy sources, we will be held up by the Arabs and our National Defense will be threatened.” At that time we were importing 35% of our oil. Now it’s over 60%.”

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Some Drugs Should Not Be Over-The-Counter

Forced over-the-counter switches of prescription drugs will threaten the health of America’s senior citizens, unduly encourage dangerous self-medicating by seniors, and further imperil their financial livelihood, according to a letter issued today to the FDA commissioner by the 60 Plus Association.

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60 Plus Association Supports Responsible Lending Act

The 60 Plus Association, a national, non-partisan senior citizens organization with a free-market, lower-taxes approach to government and with over a half million members nationwide, today announced its support for The Responsible Lending Act, authored by Rep. Bob Ney, (R-OH).

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Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied

Way back on May 9 of 2001, some 643 days ago, President Bush nominated Miguel A. Estrada to fill a vacancy on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The 60 Plus Association said then — and says now — “Bravo!”

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