Projects

It's Time to Eliminate Market-Distorting Subsidies and Share the Savings

(Alexandria, VA February 27, 2018) Regardless if you are a senior citizen living on a fixed income or families living on a budget going to the grocery store can really take a toll on your pocketbook. However, I think we would all agree that retail food is one of our most important expenditures because people…

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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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60 Plus Unveils Ad to Protect Seniors From 2018 Obamacare Health Insurance Tax

60 Plus Unveils Ad to Protect Seniors From 2018 Obamacare Health Insurance Tax Group Calls on Congress to Stop $500 Tax Hit on Medicare Beneficiaries Before It’s Too Late ALEXANDRIA, Virginia (November 7, 2017) – 60 Plus, the nation’s premier conservative seniors’ organization today announced its rolling out a new $500,000 television ad campaign aimed…

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Urge the Southern Nevada Health District to approve adequate trauma care

As an organization that advocates for free-market solutions to senior issues, we believe our health care system serves seniors best when the free market is allowed to work — increasing choice and access that drive down costs. Trauma care is no different. Increasing local access to trauma care for those in life and death situations…

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60 Plus Launches Main Street Bondholders Coalition for Puerto Rican Bondholders

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) — The 60 Plus Association announced the formation of “Main Street Bondholders,” a new small bondholder coalition made up of ordinary investors from Puerto Rico and the United States mainland who hold retirement, college and life savings in Puerto Rican bonds.  These investments are threatened by Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla’s recent statements that…

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Energy Bills Challenge America's Fixed-Income Seniors

Energy, like food and housing, is an indispensable necessity of life. Air conditioning, lighting, and heating are critical for the survival of elderly and infirm citizens. High electricity and other energy prices are disproportionately impacting America’s senior citizens today.  The United States has 27 million households aged 65 or more (“65+”), representing nearly one-quarter of…

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60 Plus Monthly Email Update: May 2014

The days are getting longer and politicians are starting to talk a lot faster as we head into the Summer months before the big November election.  So much is at stake this year, with 75% of the people highly displeased about the direction of the country, the opportunity has never been better for seniors and…

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Floridians’ New Year's Resolution: Save Our Trauma Centers

(Alexandria, Virginia) — 60 Plus Association Chairman James L. Martin issued the following statement today as the organization launched a quarter million dollar ad campaign as a direct response to the Christmas Eve action by public funded hospitals who are seeking to close down Florida’s newest trauma centers.  The ads will blanket the television and…

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Support Repeal of the Death Tax!

Senator John Thune (R-SD) has introduced the Death Tax Repeal Permanency Act of 2013. This bill will remove the burden of the Death Tax (technically known as the estate tax) from countless families in the future. The Death Tax has been instituted four times in our nation’s history, each time to prepare for a conflict…

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60 Plus Quarterly Update

In this issue: 60 Plus Putting the Death Tax in the Crosshairs Tax-Dodger Warren Buffett Trumpets Higher Death Tax for Everyone Else Seniors Stand Against More Debt, For a Balanced Budget Obamacare Update: Seniors to Pay More To Get Less More Shady Shenanigans from the AARP (Association Against Retired Persons) 60 Plus in the News…

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