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WEDNESDAY: Maloney to Hold Telephone Town Hall on Issues Impacting Older Americans

Feb 6, 2018
Press Release
Event Comes Ahead of Issuance of New Medicare Cards and Numbers for Every Beneficiary

WASHINGTON — Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) announced that he will hold a live telephone town hall with Hudson Valley seniors on Wednesday, February 7th at 9:30 AM to give older Americans a chance to make their voices heard on important issues and get help cutting through red tape at federal agencies. Rep. Maloney will be joined on the call by experts on Medicare and veterans benefits, who can provide additional assistance.

“With small but important changes coming to Medicare, I want to make sure I touch base with older Americans in the Hudson Valley so they know what to expect,” said Rep. Maloney. “Health care, pensions, and other retirement issues are all at the forefront of my discussions down in Washington, and I always appreciate the chance to update folks at home on where things stand.”

Rep. Maloney will be joined on the call by Katherine Dunphy of National Government Services, who will provide additional information on Medicare services, and Joe Corretjer from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), who will provide information on veterans benefits. On Rep. Maloney’s live telephone town halls, Hudson Valley residents can ask questions and get answers in real time, and touch base with Rep. Maloney’s office to get help with federal agencies. Since 2013, Rep. Maloney has held over 30 telephone town halls with his neighbors.

Tens of thousands of area seniors will receive a call inviting them to join the event. Constituents of the 18th district can also request an invitation by calling Rep. Maloney’s Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225-5441 or online by clicking here