Retirement ‘Deficit’ Measured in Trillions By Joe Mont 10/11/10 – 02:17 PM EDT BOSTON (TheStreet) — The financial gap between what Americans need for retirement and what they have is $4.6 trillion as a national aggregate and an average $48,000 per person, according to congressional testimony by the Employee Benefit Research Institute. Jack VanDerhei, EBRI’s
D’Alessandro for Democrats; a chance for a new voice September 6, 2010 Article Courtesy of: The Boston Globe IN THE Massachusetts congressional delegation, Stephen Lynch stands out for his lone-wolf stances. He voted against bailing out the financial system, in favor of the Iraq war, and, from vote to vote, was on both sides of
Kennedy Death Cuts Broad Health Bill Odds, Hatch Says By Nicole Gaouette Aug. 30 (Bloomberg) — Congress is less likely to pass sweeping health-care overhaul legislation following the death of Senator Edward Kennedy, a leading Republican said. “You’re not going to get this big, broad Democrat spending bill — you’re not going to get Republican
WASHINGTON — Booed, jeered and occasionally cheered in a raucous session with the public, a Democratic senator said Monday that other lawmakers can expect the same as they face voters on the divisive issue of overhauling health care.