Institutional Investors Continue to Press Companies for Disclosure of Lobbying In 2016
Shareholder resolutions filed with 50 companies by 66 institutional and individual investors
Institutional Investors Press Companies for Disclosure of Lobbying in 2014
Shareholder resolutions filed with 48 companies by 60 institutional and individual investors.
Republicans revisit Medicare reform to cut spending
Los Angeles Times Republicans are launching a new phase in their austerity campaign — resurrecting the plan to turn Medicare into a voucher-like system…
Business owners urge Congress to take Medicare, Social Security cuts off the table
Washington Post 80 percent of business owners said they oppose proposals to save federal money by curbing Social Security benefits...
Preserving and Strengthening Medicare
White House President Obama speaks about the critical need to strengthen and preserve Medicare for our seniors and future generations.
How Much More Will the Romney-Ryan Medicare Plan Cost You?
Center for American Progress Romney and Ryan claim that no one over 55 will be affected by their plan. This claim is false.
Patients Would Pay More if Romney Restores Medicare Savings, Analysts Say
New York Times Restoring the $716 billion in Medicare savings would increase premiums and co-payments for beneficiaries by $342 a year.
Your Guide to "Ending Medicare As We Know It"
The American Prospect If the Ryan plan were enacted, there would likely be many seniors who would have no health coverage.
AFSCME Member Discusses Retirement Security at White House
AFSCME New York AFSCME retiree Stuart Leibowitz served as a panelist at Monday’s White House Community Leaders Briefing on Senior Issues, discussing the importance of preserving Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security.
What the Health Care Ruling Means for Medicare
The New York Times Medicare improvements could have evaporated had the law been overturned, so the ruling generated sighs of relief…
Poll shows Americans oppose entitlement cuts to deal with debt problem
Jon Cohen and Dan Balz,
The Washington Post Despite growing concerns about the country’s long-term fiscal problems and an intensifying debate in Washington about how to deal with them, Americans strongly oppose some of the major remedies under consideration, according to a recent poll.
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