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Long-Term Care for Seniors is an Emerging Issue, says AMAC

‘Older middle-class Americans who can’t afford help are the most vulnerable’ WASHINGTON, DC, Oct 24 – Long-term care is poised to become an important issue in the U.S. as the nation’s population grows older, according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens. “Each and every day, over the... Read More

Obamacare is Still a Major Mid-term Election Issue, says AMAC

‘There’s been wishful thinking that Obamacare would lose steam, but it remains topic A at the local level’ WASHINGTON, DC, Oct 17 – There are claims that the delay this year of the open enrollment period for Obamacare is a political ploy designed to help liberal candidates in this year’s mid-term elections.  They say... Read More

We Can’t Afford the $2 Trillion Price Tag of Government Regulations, says AMAC

‘In recent years regulations have also been used to promote social policies’ WASHINGTON, DC, Oct 10 – The federal government takes its toll in taxes but there are insidious and intrusive hidden regulatory costs that eat into our household budgets to an extent that is equal to or greater than what we pay in taxes, according... Read More

Obamacare Targets the Elderly and Women, says AMAC

‘Its Medicare home healthcare cuts deny care for elderly women and decimate an industry dominated by women’ WASHINGTON, DC, Oct 3 – Obamacare diverts $22 billion earmarked for Medicare home health care for seniors in order to pay for the costs of its insurance exchange subsidies and expanded Medicaid programs. “Homebound... Read More

Senior Group Kicks Off the AMAC Small Business Solutions Initiative

‘Older Americans start new businesses at a higher rate than their youthful counterparts’ WASHINGTON, DC, Sep 26 – The Association of Mature American Citizens today announced the creation of a new small business initiative— a sister company called AMAC Small Business Solutions. “Small businesses are the most important... Read More

Year Two is Fast Approaching for Obamacare and Glitches Abound, says AMAC

‘Enrollees can expect new obstacles; many will need to go back to square one’ WASHINGTON, DC, Sep 19 – Documentation woes plague Obamacare as the Affordable Care Act prepares to begin its second year. “More than 100,000 enrollees will lose coverage this month because the government claims they have failed to prove they... Read More

Obamacare’s Negative Impact on the Economy Continues, says AMAC

‘People are sick of the rhetoric, they want lawmakers to take action’ WASHINGTON, DC, Sep 12 – Homeland security is the topic of interest this week but in the background you can hear the continuing discussion of Obamacare, according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens. “We’re in an... Read More

AMAC: The Country is on the Wrong Path to Economic Recovery

‘Too many Americans are on the dole.  They need better jobs if they are to regain their sense of self-sufficiency.’ WASHINGTON, DC, Sep 6 – “We’ve come a wrong, long way since the Obama Administration took office in 2009,” according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens who noted that... Read More

Statistics Put a Damper on Labor Day Celebrations, says AMAC

‘The job market suffers from a ‘stop-and-go’ recovery’ WASHINGTON, DC, Aug 29 – The great recession, the stop-and-go recovery that ensued and Obamacare have taken a toll on the American workforce as the country celebrates the Labor Day Weekend, according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American... Read More

Retirement Ain’t What It Used To Be, says AMAC

“The Great Recession hit us all hard, especially older Americans” WASHINGTON, DC, Aug 22 – The meaning of the word “retirement” has changed in recent years as a result of the downturn in the economy, according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens. The U.S. Census reported that the... Read More

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