Today's event highlights a stark reality: terrorism on American soil remains a threat and we absolutely must remain vigilant.
The benefits of health reform are clear for our seniors: it will close the donut hole, strengthen Medicare, and extend Medicare's solvency by more than a decade.
One of the most important goals of the health reform law was to help seniors get more affordable care. The $250 rebate checks will help thousands of seniors in the 23rd district this year.
I applaud President Obama’s commitment to addressing and ending domestic violence. Throughout a coordinated, national effort, across the entire government, which the Administration announced today, we can break this tragic cycle of abuse once and for all
Increased access to capital and new tax cuts will not only keep jobs in America, it will allow small businesses to make it in America.
Our challenging economic times make it doubly important to put more money in the pockets of seniors so they can better make ends meet.
Seniors and other Social Security recipients are caught—for a second year in a row—in a perfect storm. There will be no cost of living adjustment to increase recipients’ already modest monthly benefit checks, yet they’re facing rising costs.
I believe we need a strong national strategy to restore manufacturing, and keep our economy thriving in the years and decades to come.
Just because the technical formula shows that a COLA is not warranted, that doesn't mean that too many of our seniors aren't struggling to make ends meet. Passing this bill is the right thing to do.