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CSE On the Road: Letting Americans Know Al Gore’s Empty Promises Aren’t the Prescription Our Seniors Need
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CSE On the Road: Letting Americans Know Al Gore’s Empty Promises Aren’t the Prescription Our Seniors Need

CSE and our state chapters have been diligently covering Michigan and Florida – key battle ground states in this year’s election – in order to let policymakers, candidates and voters know the facts about the debate over Medicare and prescription drug coverage for the elderly.

10/02/2000
Las Promesas Rotas No Son la Receta Médica de Medicare que los Ciudadanos de la Tercera Edad de América Necesitan
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Las Promesas Rotas No Son la Receta Médica de Medicare que los Ciudadanos de la Tercera Edad de América Necesitan

Durante ocho años los ciudadanos de la tercera edad han estado esperando el liderazgo de la administración Clinton-Gore para resolver la crisis de Medicare y de recetas médicas de América. La Casa Blanca ha hecho nada. Peor aún, esta administración, junto con los Demócratas de la Cámara de los Representantes, abandonó los esfuerzos bipartisanos por fortalecer Medicare y proveer a los ciudadanos de la tercera edad con opciones para el seguro de recetas médicas, como las que reciben los miembros de Congreso y todos los empleados federales.

10/02/2000
Medicare Impact Update
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Medicare Impact Update

CSE Responds to Gore Medicare Rhetoric

09/29/2000
Getting Out the Message on Medicare and Prescription Drugs: Michigan CSE Shadows Vice Presidential Candidate Dick Cheney
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Getting Out the Message on Medicare and Prescription Drugs: Michigan CSE Shadows Vice Presidential Candidate Dick Cheney

“This is great!” – Lynne Cheney’s response upon receipt of CSE’s Medicare T-shirt.

09/29/2000
Florida CSE Educates Dade County Republican Executive Committee on the Medicare and Prescription Drug Coverage Debate
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Florida CSE Educates Dade County Republican Executive Committee on the Medicare and Prescription Drug Coverage Debate

“Slade, this is an awesome presentation. Just wonderful! Are you guys doing this all over the state? This is exactly the information that needs to get out. Thank you so much.” - Brett Doster, Political Director for Texas Gov. George W. Bush

09/28/2000
Florida CSE Highlights the Medicare and Prescription Drug Debate
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Florida CSE Highlights the Medicare and Prescription Drug Debate

“Finally, something we can actually use.” – Sharron Greenhouse commenting on the Medicare power point presentation, fair card, and booklet.

09/28/2000
Issue Analysis 110 - Policy Prescriptions vs. Policy Palliatives in the Prescription Drug Debate
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Issue Analysis 110 - Policy Prescriptions vs. Policy Palliatives in the Prescription Drug Debate

America’s senior citizens have become increasingly dependent upon prescription drugs for their heath care needs. Unfortunately, the hyper-centralized design of Medicare has prevented a prescription drug benefit from becoming readily available to seniors. Several bills currently under consideration in Congress offer possible remedies. Vice President Al Gore and Gov. George W. Bush of Texas also have offered plans to address this issue.

09/27/2000
Sample Letter to Your Representative on Medicare
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Sample Letter to Your Representative on Medicare

Copy the text below and let your representative know that Al Gore's Empty Promises Aren't the Prescription America's Seniors Need. Dear Congressman XXX,

09/27/2000
Sample Letter to the Editor on Medicare
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Sample Letter to the Editor on Medicare

Copy the text below and let your local media source know that Al Gore's Empty Promises Aren't the Prescription America's Seniors Need. To the Editor:

09/20/2000
Empty Promises Aren’t the Medicare Prescription America’s Seniors Need
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Empty Promises Aren’t the Medicare Prescription America’s Seniors Need

For eight years seniors have waited for leadership from the Clinton-Gore administration to solve America’s Medicare and prescription drug crisis. The White House has done nothing. Worse, this administration walked away from, and the House Democrats walked out on, bipartisan efforts to strengthen Medicare and provide prescription drug coverage options for seniors, much like the benefits enjoyed by members of Congress and all federal employees.

09/13/2000

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