Zero Questions on Social Security: Take A Stand - AARP
60 million Americans count on Social Security. 170 million Americans pay into Social Security. Yet ZERO questions were asked during the first presidential debate.
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A new report from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office confirms the Senate health care bill would have a crushing impact on Americans, leaving 22 million more people uninsured by 2026.
Good News: Graham-Cassidy Bill Defeated! — AARP
The Senate has decided not to vote on the bad Graham-Cassidy health care bill. This is great news and proves just how powerful your voices are. We now encourage Congress to work on bipartisan solutions to improve health care.
You Did It: AARP Members Stop Bad Health Care Bills — AARP
AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins sends a special thank-you to the AARP members and volunteers who helped defeat legislation in Congress that would have dramatically increased health care costs and made insurance unaffordable for millions of people over 50.
Cruz Amendment Makes Bad Health Care Bill Worse – AARP
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Latest Update on Graham-Cassidy
Another Senator opposes the health care bill, and the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office releases its analysis.