Archive for January 2015

60 Plus Monthly Update

While it may be a little late to wish you a Happy New Year, we here at 60 Plus nonetheless hope you and your family are off to a great 2015. With a new GOP majority on Capitol Hill, this next year will be critical in determining whether our nation changes course from the disastrous…

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Statement from the 60 Plus Association: In Support of Senate Amendment to REQUIRE Impact Study for International Agreements on Greenhouse Gas Emissions

(Alexandria, Virginia) — The 60 Plus Association, America’s largest center-right seniors group with over 7.2 million senior supporters, today issued a statement in support of a U.S. Senate Amendment to Senate Bill S.1 that states the Sense of the Senate to require an impact study before the issuing of international agreements on greenhouse gas emissions,…

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Obama, EPA Still Wrong on Energy, Still Hurting America's Elderly

The CPP remains the ‘Cruel Power Plan’ for fixed-income seniors struggling to pay their monthly expenses. (Alexandria, Virginia) — America’s largest center-right seniors group today renewed their call on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to abandon its ‘Clean Power Plan’ (CPP). The plan, the most costly regulation ever promulgated by the agency, will put extreme…

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Obama Announces Taxes are Too Low and Government is Not Big Enough

President neglects to say who will pay for all the “free” government goodies he promised. (Alexandria, Virginia) — The 60 Plus Association, America’s largest center-right seniors group with over 7.2 million senior supporters, this morning issued a statement on President Obama’s State of the Union address. ¬†Said 60 Plus Chairman and Founder Jim Martin: “It’s…

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For seniors, think affordability first

Jim Martin Guest columnist for The Pueblo Chieftain Published: January 10, 2015 Nobody likes higher prices. But higher prices for an absolute necessity like energy are more than just an annoyance. For senior citizens living on fixed incomes and other economically vulnerable communities, increased rates can mean the difference between getting by and having to…

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