Archive for April 2003

Alzheimer's Respite Care…

The 60 Plus Association salutes the U.S. Administration on Aging (AoA) and Assistant Secretary on Aging Josefina G. Carbonell for support in findings released in a new book based on a study of respite care and Alzheimer’s disease.

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Social Security Double Dare

“If Republicans are smart (and the book is still open on this), they’ll do everything they can over the next two years to entice Democrats to attack the GOP’s Social Security reform ideas,” says Hugh C. Newton, a veteran Washington communications executive, and a political consultant to many conservative policy groups including the 60 Plus Association, a grassroots senior citizens’ lobby and BAMPAC, Black America’s Political Action Committee.

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Get Rid Of Unfair Taxes On Seniors:

“In a city where con-jobs are a daily ritual, the mother of all con-jobs is that abolishing the Death Tax is, in the words of former President Clinton, ‘a windfall for the wealthy,’ or in the equally slick words of Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle (D-SD), ‘we’re not in the business of bailing out billionaires.’

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Over-Due Drilling In Anwr

Letter To The Editor In The Washington Times, April 2, 2003 By James L. Martin “With reference to your March 30th article “Bush to renew push for Alaskan oil in House”, let me say I believe one of the more critical tasks before the 108th Congress will be crafting acceptable legislation to allow for oil drilling in Alaska’s National Wildlife Refuge.

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