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Thursday, December 13, 2018

Don’t let Congress cut Medicare and Social Security benefits

On Oct. 12, call Sen. Kerry, Sen. Brown and your U.S. Representative at 888-722-8514. Tell them you’re not a pushover; don’t let them cut your Medicare and Social Security benefits.

Are you in? Join the fight to protect Medicare and Social Security

By Deborah E. Banda As the temperature heats up this summer, so does the fight to protect Medicare and Social Security. By the beginning of...

Let’s work to keep Social Security strong for now and the future

By Deborah E. Banda There’s a lot of talk about Social Security these days. Politicians and political pundits talk about solving the nation’s budget crisis...

How federal health reform is helping now

By Deborah E. Banda At the end of January, we were gearing up for a major battle on Beacon Hill. Gov. Patrick was readying the...

An open letter to Gov. Deval Patrick

It is an undeniable fact: Our population is growing older. In 10 short years, we will see a major increase in the 60-plus population that will effectively redefine the makeup of our commonwealth.

Stop Congress from driving doctors out of Medicare

By Deborah E. Banda Today, more than one million Massachusetts seniors rely on Medicare. They have earned their Medicare, and the security of knowing they...

Power of the 50+ voter should not be underestimated

Yet, as decision day draws near, we hear more and more about voter dissatisfaction with politicians, the political system, the status quo.

As Social Security celebrates 75th we must keep it strong

By Deborah E. Banda Social Security is an American success story. When President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act into law on Aug. 14,...

What you need to know about the new Health Care Reform law

By Deborah E. Banda Since national health care reform has been signed into law, have you figured out yet what you need to know? AARP...

A new decade dawns: Urgency builds for leadership on aging issues

When 2010 dawned, most of us were eager to turn the page, put the recession behind us, and look forward to a brighter decade. But, the reality is: Tough times remain, and there’s hard work to be done.
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