Kuhl, John R. "Randy"; New York, 29th X
Lowey, Nita M.; New York, 18th X
Maloney, Carolyn B.; New York, 14th X
McCarthy, Carolyn; New York, 4th X
McHugh, John M.; New York, 23rd X
McNulty, Michael R.; New York, 21st X
Meeks, Gregory W.; New York, 6th X
Nadler, Jerrold; New York, 8th X
Rangel, Charles B.; New York, 15th X
Reynolds, Thomas M.; New York, 26th X
Schumer, Charles E.- (D - NY) X
Serrano, Jose E.; New York, 16th X
Slaughter, Louise McIntosh; New York, 28th X
Towns, Edolphus; New York, 10th X
Velazquez, Nydia M.; New York, 12th X
Walsh, James T.; New York, 25th X
Weiner, Anthony D.; New York, 9th X
** How a legislator votes on issues is only one factor in evaluating his or her legislative performance, which should also include such things as constituency services and committee work.
AARP has been advocating for several months to ensure that lawmakers keep Medicare fair for the people who depend on it when Congress addresses physician payment cuts. AARP has also been advocating for this bill's improvements to Medicare, particularly the low-income programs and electronic prescribing.
Since launching the "Keep Medicare Fair" initiative in April, AARP's grassroots volunteers and activists have sent more than 1.2 million messages to Congress and the White House. As part of this effort, an AARP survey released May 19 found that of adults 50-plus, 81 percent oppose additional increases to Medicare premiums and 66 percent are less likely to vote for a Member of Congress who supports those increases.
AARP notified the 110th Congress that it was tracking roll
|SOURCE AARP New York|
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