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2023 60 Plus Survey Results

The 60 Plus Association – American Association of Senior Citizens is always interested in what Seniors across the nation are thinking on the issues. Below you will find the results of multiple …

60 Plus Association Statement on the RWJ Nurses Strike in New Jersey

WASHINGTON, D.C. (September 20, 2023) – It’s time United Steelworkers union bosses allow RWJ nurses to return to work and resume negotiating in good faith. The RWJ nurses are the highest paid …

60 Plus Association Statement on the United Steelworkers Decision to Continue Nurses Strike in New Jersey

WASHINGTON, D.C. (September 19, 2023) – Shame on United Steelworkers for keeping nurses on the picket line instead of at patients’ bedsides. Tuesday’s decisions make it clear the union is afraid of …

Patients Shouldn’t Suffer in Labor Disputes

The 60 Plus Association is calling on the leadership of United Steelworkers to stop using patients as leverage in its contract negotiations with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, New …

60 Plus Association Statement on the United Steelworkers Strike in New Jersey 

WASHINGTON, D.C. (September 14, 2023) – On behalf of 600,000 senior-citizen advocates across New Jersey, the 60 Plus Association is calling on the leadership of United Steelworkers to stop using patients as …

60 Plus Association Statement on Initial List of Medicines Released Under Government Price-Setting

WASHINGTON, D.C. (August 29, 2023) – The 60 Plus Association – The American Association of Senior Citizens released the following statement regarding the announcement of Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services releasing the …

CASE Coalition Letter of 26 Free-Market Leaders & Organizations Calls on Dept. of Commerce to Stop the Can Tax

August 4, 2023 (Alexandria, Virginia) — Today, Consumer Action for a Strong Economy (CASE) released a coalition letter signed by 26 free-market leaders and organizations urging the Department of Commerce and the U.S. International …

Chairman Jim Martin with Vivek Ramaswamy

60 Plus Chairman Jim Martin with Vivek Ramaswamy discussing how to best protect and strengthen Social Security.

Saul Anuzis: Allowing pharmacies to administer vaccines is smart policy

Though it feels like we have been living under the threat of COVID forever, the three-year federal Public Health Emergency declaration recently came to an end. Yet even as we celebrate this …

Federal bureaucrats tout equity while championing burdensome regulations that harm minorities

By Kelly Mitchell, Director of Minority Outreach Originally published in The Washington Examiner here There is no shortage of examples of hypocrisy from big government federal agencies, but few are as glaring …