Chair’s Letter to several committee chairs, showcasing LCAO’s support for the reauthorization of the Older Americans Act.
Chair’s Letter to Senate and House Leadership, urging Congress to extend funding for Medicare low-income beneficiary outreach and enrollment efforts.
Chair’s Letter to Congress, strongly opposing the creation of a fiscal commission and urging policies that strengthen earned benefits instead.
Chair’s Letter to Neera Tanden, Domestic Policy Advisor to President Biden, urging the administration to give priority to supporting the development of a national policy framework on aging that features the perspectives of older adults from across the nation.
Chair’s Letter to Congressional leadership urging that Congress to pass a clean debt limit increase. Benefits and services crucial for aging with health and independence such as Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, Older Americans Act services, Elder Justice Act protections, and housing, food, transportation, and utility assistance should not be threatened.
Chair’s Letter to the Administration calling for filling the leadership vacancies within the Social Security Administration (SSA) and Administration for Community Living (ACL).
As Congress convenes for the 2022 lame duck session, the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations (LCAO) reinforces its top priorities in the areas of appropriations and community services, health, income security, and lifting the debt ceiling, with a Chair’s Letter to House and Senate leadership.
As Congress convenes for the 2022 lame duck session, the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations (LCAO) reinforces its common FY23 appropriations priorities and advocates for Health and Human Services and Labor Department and related agencies investments in programs and services for older adults with a Chair’s Letter to House and Senate Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies leadership.