We owe it to our children and grandchildren to reduce our nation’s deficit and improve our nation’s economy. But not at the expense of the Medicare and Social Security benefits that seniors deserve and have earned. These programs are social insurance – investments in the future of our nation and the well-being of our fellow citizens. Our seniors deserve policies that protect these benefits, not undermine them. That’s why in December 2014, Sen. Brown announced that he will introduce legislation that will not only strengthen Social Security, but expand it. He also opposes efforts to raise the retirement age for Social Security and has fought back attempts to privatize Medicare. Sen. Brown will continue to work to strengthen and improve these programs, so future generations can continue to move into their retirement years with a sense of security.
- Posted on 8/14/2015 |
- Posted on 8/3/2015 |
Brown Unveils New Effort to Address Prescription Drug Abuse by Preventing “Doctor Shopping” to Obtain Multiple PrescriptionsPosted on 8/3/2015 |
Brown Unveils New Effort to Address Prescription Drug Abuse that would Help Save Lives and Reduce Health Care CostsPosted on 8/3/2015 |
- Posted on 7/29/2015
On Day Before 50th Anniversary of Medicare, Brown Announces Support for New Proposal That Could Help Improve Medicare by Driving Down Prescription Drug PricesPosted on 7/29/2015 |
As Finance Committee Considers Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation Nominee, Brown Presses Agency to Give Delphi Salaried Retirees Answers Regarding Their Earned BenefitsPosted on 7/23/2015 |