It is all but certain that the American people are finally going to get some sort of tax relief. Thanks to the election of a new president and the diffident blessing of the head of the Federal Reserve, Alan Greenspan, the debate on Capitol Hill is not if there is going to be a tax cut, but rather how much it will be.
The 60 Plus Association strongly endorsed Governor George W. Bush’s plan unveiled today to provide seniors with prescription drug and other improved benefits and criticized Gore for his seven year silence.
The 60 Plus Association will announce at the Republican Party’s 2000 Convention in Philadelphia that it has designated the 106th Congress as the most “senior friendly” in 40 years.
The Kyoto Treaty By James L. Martin “Good afternoon. I am president of a national, non-partisan senior citizens’ advocacy group, the 60 Plus Association. Our role is to look at public policy from the perspective of how it would assist seniors to better enjoy their golden years, and be free of the burden of government and higher taxes. Thus, we approach senior issues in expanding freedom for seniors, with less government and less taxes.”