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As Chairman of the Aging Committee, I am committed to bringing seniors’ issues to the forefront of our national debate as we strive to help America’s aging population meet growing challenges and educate our seniors about the exciting opportunities that await them in their golden years.

The 109th Congress is confronting many challenges that impact senior citizens: Stem cell research to combat diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s; importation of prescrip... Read More
10/31/06 - Smith Questions CMS' Failure to Ensure Competency of Genetic Testing Labs - Calling into question the failure of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to create ...
Smith Questions CMS' Failure to Ensure Competency of Genetic Testing Labs
09/27/06 - Bipartisan Group of Senators Work to Eliminate the Pension Gap for Women - To address the unique challenges that women face in planning for retirement, a group of bipartisan s...
Bipartisan Group of Senators Work to Eliminate the Pension Gap for Women
09/25/06 - Smith Calls on Administration to Solve Medicare Withholding Issues - In response to the latest in a series of Medicare premium withholding problems, Senator Gordon H. Sm...
Smith Calls on Administration to Solve Medicare Withholding Issues
09/21/06 - Smith Works to Increase Savings for Seniors Through Generic Drugs - To raise awareness of the cost-savings value of generic drugs, Chairman Gordon H. Smith (R-OR), with...
Smith Works to Increase Savings for Seniors Through Generic Drugs
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