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  • 3/28/2020 By Kenneth E. Thorpe
    FDA regulators have approved more than 600 new medicines since the turn of the century. And more treatments are on the way. Scientists are currently developing over 7,000 experimental drugs.
  • 3/28/2020 Commentary
    Robert Charles, National Spokesman
    Association of Mature American Citizens

    At the height of Britain’s defense in WWII against a horrific plague of German bombs and rockets, facing enormous odds, population fearful, deaths mounting, Prime Minister Winston Churchill did an amazing thing – he declared that moment Britain’s “finest hour.” He was positive, prescient and right. His words have resonance for Americans – for us – today.
  • Donna Schaibley
    3/24/2020 Hoosiers across the state are finding themselves in unprecedented circumstances as they adjust their daily lives to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Throughout this critical time, our state is taking essential steps to ensure our health care system has the resources it needs to fight this war against COVID-19, and keep Hoosiers safe and healthy.
  • 3/21/2020 by Rebecca Weber
    CEO, Association of Mature American Citizens

    Watching hoarders as they empty the shelves of supermarkets, grocery stores and pharmacies as COVID 19, the coronavirus pandemic, takes its toll on daily life in our communities, it is easy to assume that a crisis brings out the worst in people. But, the fact is it can bring out the best in us, as well.
  • Shaibley talks about the danger of sexual assault
    3/17/2020 Approximately 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men in Indiana experience sexual violence in their lifetimes. It is a crime that can leave a victim with physical and emotional scars that can take years to heal. Steps are being taken to support survivors as they seek justice through legislation I sponsored that would connect survivors to professional support and guidance through every step of the legal process.
  • Rep. Cook: Indiana Farm Bureau could soon offer health benefits
    3/13/2020 House District 32 embodies major sectors of our state's economy including advanced manufacturing and technology, where employees likely receive health benefits from their employer. However, another industry keeping Indiana's economic engine moving is agriculture. In this field, many farmers are the owners of their operations and may have a couple or no employees. This session, I supported legislation that would create a more affordable health care option for Indiana Farm Bureau members.
  • Healthcare: This has got to change
    3/7/2020 By Dr. Glenn Mollette

    Americans need options for healthcare and every American needs healthcare. Too many Americans are walking around hoping they don't have to go the hospital. A friend recently said to me, "I don't have health insurance. I feel like I'm hopeless if I have to go to the hospital."
  • 2/29/2020 By Sandip Shah

    Americans are worried about drug prices.
    To address these concerns, lawmakers in both the Democratic House and the Republican Senate have introduced measures to restructure Medicare's drug benefit.
  • 2/15/2020 With tax season here, many filers are focusing only on their 2019 forms, thinking about how much tax they may owe, or hoping their calculations lead to a refund.
    But it’s never too early, especially the closer one gets to retirement, to look further ahead and plan for tax scenarios that will likely change in your non-working years.
  • Writer advocates changing system
    2/15/2020 Dr. Glenn Mollette
    How many individuals will make $137,700 in 2020? This is the maximum amount of earnings subject to the Social Security tax for this year. This increase will impact about 12 percent of the 171 million workers who are covered under Social Security.
    People who make over $137,700 are not subject to Social Security tax this year. Last year it was a $132,900.
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