More on Working for Maine Seniors
Rep. Mike Michaud met today with Speaker of the Maine House Mark Eves to discuss ways members of the state’s Congressional delegation could support state efforts to help seniors age safely and comfortably in their homes and communities.
About three weeks after unveiling a list of proposals meant to help Maine’s older residents age gracefully in their own homes, House Speaker Mark Eves is headed to Washington, D.C..
Mainers on Medicare Have Saved Nearly $35 Million in Prescription Drug Costs since Healthcare Reform
Congressman Mike Michaud today praised data released by the Department of Health and Human Services showing that Maine seniors have saved more than $34 million in prescription drug costs since passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2010.
U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud is calling on the Social Security Administration to maintain in-person services that provide Mainers with important documents like income verification statements and Social Security Numbers.
Congressman Mike Michaud honored the service of a number of World War II vets at Machias Veterans’ Home this afternoon.
The chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee and the ranking member of that panel were in Augusta today.
Congressman Mike Michaud met with veterans today at Togus VA Medical Center in Augusta.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Mike Michaud joined with several of his House colleagues to introduce a resolution recognizing the importance of the Meals on Wheels Program.
Today, Congressman Mike Michaud praised reports that President Obama’s Fiscal Year 2015 budget will not propose to calculate cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) for federal programs through use of the chained Consumer Price Index (CPI).
Michaud secures commitment from FTC to hold Maine forum on fraud and strategies to prevent it -- WASHINGTON, DC -- Today in his Washington office, Congressman Mike Michaud met with Mainers concerned about the ongoing Jamaican lottery scam that is victimizing Maine seniors and others throughout New England. Michaud met with representatives of FairPoint, Major Bill King of the York County Sheriff’s Department, and a victim’s representative. They discussed the need to raise awareness of the issue and what actions the federal government could take against the fraud.