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60 Plus is an advocacy group for senior citizens. They are generally considered to be the [[conservative]] version of the [[AARP]]. 60 plus advocates "a free enterprise, less government, less taxes approach to seniors issues."<ref>http://www.60plus.org/about.asp</ref>
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'''60 Plus''' is an [[advocacy]] group for senior citizens. They are generally considered to be the [[conservative]] version of the [[AARP]]. 60 plus advocates "a free enterprise, less government, less taxes approach to seniors issues."<ref>[http://www.60plus.org/about.asp 60plus]</ref>
  
==External Link==
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==References==
*http://www.60plus.org/
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<references/>
*http://www.60plus.org/deathtax.asp
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*http://www.60plus.org/energy.asp
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*http://www.60plus.org/healthcare.asp
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*http://www.60plus.org/socialsecurity.asp
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[[Category: Advocacy Groups]]
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[[Category:Conservative Organizations]]

Latest revision as of 22:05, 11 September 2011

60 Plus is an advocacy group for senior citizens. They are generally considered to be the conservative version of the AARP. 60 plus advocates "a free enterprise, less government, less taxes approach to seniors issues."[1]

References

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