Daily Archives: December 10, 2012

Medicare–at 65 or 67?

Sunday‘s NBC’s ‘Meet The Press’ and ABC’s ‘This Week’ both discussed the role Medicare plays in the Fiscal Cliff game. Both programs pointed out that there would NOT be a bottom line financial benefit if the Medicare eligibility age was … Continue reading

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You Might Get A Call From The DCCC

The DCCC (Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee) has become very aggressive in holding vulnerable Republican House members accountable to their constituents.  Last week they started a new website http://www.GOPHostageTakers.com . The name refers the Republicans who are trying to hold the … Continue reading

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Rep. Reed: Our District’s Most Vulnerable Families Need Your Help

Unless Congress acts by December 30, the federal Emergency Unemployment Compensation program (EUC) will come to an end in New York State.  By the first of the year, the program will have ended all across the country.  What a way … Continue reading

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