The selection of Rep. Paul Ryan to be on the Republican ticket with Governor Romney running against President Obama and Vice President Biden makes the two tickets complete. So last week we asked you what you see as the biggest issues that will motivate you to vote?
51% responded that healthcare, including the future of the Affordable Care Act and Medicare, were the biggest issue, followed by the economy (deficit reduction and job creation) at 21%, vision for the future at 19% and finally the role of the government at 9%.
ASA’s Generations: Helping Advocates & Professionals in Aging Maintain a Clear Focus on Reform
We invite you to take a look at the Spring 2011 issue of Generations, “The Affordable Care Act: A Way Toward Aging with Dignity in America,” which focused on the ACA’s potential to help America’s elders age with the best possible care and quality of life. We believe this collection of articles from some of the nation’s top advocates can bolster the spirit of advocacy so vital to system reform.
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