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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
Medicare and Prescription Drug Coverage for Seniors Citizens: Empty Promises Aren’t the Prescription America’s Seniors Need
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Medicare and Prescription Drug Coverage for Seniors Citizens: Empty Promises Aren’t the 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 not led—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. Now, Vice President Gore is playing politics and pushing a dangerous Medicare plan that promises more than it provides. The Gore plan actually will:

09/06/2000
Activist Handbook 2000: Medicare and Prescription Drugs
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Activist Handbook 2000: Medicare and Prescription Drugs

Medicare Reform and Prescription Drugs Why CSE Cares The Issue: CSE believes that health care services are products that are best allocated through the decisions of individuals in the private marketplace. Health care services are, at times, critically important, and a market-based system offers the best chance to expand choices and control costs: government control of health care is typically inequitable, inefficient and irrational. Medicare, which provides health care to America’s elderly and disabled, is a case in point. The Problem:

07/26/2000
What is Washington Doing to Your Medicare?
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What is Washington Doing to Your Medicare?

Like a lot of things these days, health care for the elderly and disabled is getting more complicated. This booklet explains the basics of Medicare, the problems now facing Medicare and ways to fix the program. Although this easy-to-read guide won’t answer all your questions about Medicare, it will help health care consumers and taxpayers understand the consequences of government-run solutions versus the benefits of a consumer-based Medicare system.

03/01/2000
Clinton's Band-Aid Approach to Medicare Reform
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Clinton's Band-Aid Approach to Medicare Reform

President Clinton has finally offered his new plan for Medicare, but it isn't clear why he calls it a "reform" package. Clinton's Medicare solutions are about as effective as several small band-aids on an Ebola patient. His two big ideas - expanding Medicare and spending projected surplus tax revenues - will likely make Medicare's long-term problems worse.

02/29/2000
Capitol Comment 267 - H.R. 1495: Kennedy-Style Tax-and-Spend Liberalism at its Finest
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Capitol Comment 267 - H.R. 1495: Kennedy-Style Tax-and-Spend Liberalism at its Finest

Congressional liberals have stepped up their campaign for a big government program to control seniors’ access to medicines. They recently filed a petition to force a vote on H. R. 1495. This bill is the house version of Sen. Ted Kennedy’s (D-Mass.) “Access to Prescription Medications in Medicare Act of 1999,” a universal entitlement program that would dramatically increase Medicare costs.1 Under the bill, also known as S. 841, Medicare would pay most of the prescription costs for all retirees through Medicare Part B (see table).

02/22/2000

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