Archive for January 2018

Comstock Bill Moves to Protect Seniors from Another HIT to Their Pocketbook

Seniors Leader Praises Action to Provide Relief for Medicare Families ALEXANDRIA, Virginia (January 31, 2018) – 60 Plus Association Chairman and Founder Jim Martin Tuesday issued the following statement in regard to H.R. 4831, the Healthcare Tax Relief Act: “Representative Barbara Comstock has heard the message of seniors from across the country and we applaud…

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President Trump’s First Year

“Promises Made, Promises Kept” Alexandria, Virginia (January 24, 2018 – 60 Plus Association Chairman and Founder James Martin today called President Donald Trump’s first year in office, “one of the most dynamic in presidential history” and noted a lengthy list of achievements that have had a direct and positive impact on the lives of Americans…

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Just Say ‘NO!’ To Taxpayer-Funded Sexual Harassment Hush Money

60 Plus Leadership Urges Grassroots Support For Bill To End Congressional Sexual Harassment Hush Fund ALEXANDRIA, Virginia (January 19, 2018) – 60 Plus Association Chairman and Founder Jim Martin Friday issued the following statement, urging grassroots support for H.R. 4494, the Congressional Accountability and Hush Fund Elimination Act: “Americans were shocked to learn that victims…

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60 Plus Calls on Congress to Roll Back 2018 Health Insurance Tax

Action Could Put Millions of Rebate Checks in the Hands of Seniors This Year ALEXANDRIA, Virginia (January 8, 2018) – 60 Plus Association Chairman and Founder Jim Martin Monday unveiled the next phase of the group’s seven-figure advertising and grassroots campaign aimed at rolling back the 2018 Health Insurance Tax. “The 2018 Health Insurance Tax…

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The Chairman's Blog

(Alexandria, VA January 8, 2018) Members of Congress have returned to Washington, DC and as they resume work, we have a message for them: Stop punishing seniors with the 2018 Obamacare Health Insurance tax. This is a serious issue for seniors, costing couples enrolled in Medicare Advantage an average of $500 a year. That’s why…

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