AARP Ryan Hardy. American Association of Retired Persons Major Goals - repeal ObamaCare (don’t trust the gov’t to reform it and run it) - cut taxes (lower taxes on the elderly, particularly those without jobs)
- repeal ObamaCare (don’t trust the gov’t to reform it and run it)
- cut taxes (lower taxes on the elderly, particularly those without jobs)
- balance the budget (conservative habits of the elderly, have led them to be opposed to the government spending money it doesn’t have… especially on inferior government programs [ObamaCare])
- create jobs (despite AARP name, many members still work, and do to the state of the economy, are having trouble finding jobs)
- maintain social security (gov’t trying to raise retirement age to 69, and cut SS benefits; AARP is against it… obviously)
The N.P.P.C. fights for what it considers “reasonable
legislation and restrictions” for pork producers in America.
Controlled by a 15-member board of directors.
Argues against heavy government restrictions on the treatment of food animals (ex. Fatigued hogs), and limits on pork consumption.
Has numerous state branches who advocate the aims of the national organization.
The World Pork Expo is their big event – has plenty of shows, food and entertainment.
NFIB represents small and independent businesses; its mission is to defend and advance small businesses.
NFIB wants to make healthcare more affordable, end useless lawsuits, limit excessive and intrusive laws, and simplify and reduce taxes.
NFIB consists of many different kinds of small business owners, including: high-tech manufacturers, retailers, farmers, and professional service providers.
In order to decide what policies will be lobbied for, NFIB polls its members and acts on the opinions of those within the group.
“Great Public School for Every Student”
As of 2007, the NAACP had approximately 425,000 paying and non-paying members
Established in 1966