King Receives “Guardian of Seniors’ Rights Award”
60 Plus Association Recognizes King’s Efforts to Preserve Social Security and Medicare
Washington, D.C.- Congressman Steve King announces that he has been presented with the “Guardian of Seniors’ Rights Award” by the 60 Plus Association “in appreciation for his tireless efforts on behalf of senior citizens.” In particular, the 60 Plus Association was impressed by King’s record working to “assure the financial stability of Social Security and Medicare.” King was presented the “Guardian of Seniors’ Rights Award,” the Association’s highest award, by 60 Plus Founder and Chairman Jim Martin and President Saul Anuzis.
Congressman Steve King (center) is presented with the “Guardian of Seniors’ Rights Award” by Chairman Jim Martin (left) and President Saul Anuzis (right).
Photo Credit: Office of Congressman Steve King
“The Guardian Award is given to members of Congress in appreciation of their tireless efforts on behalf of senior citizens, as so many of our elderly struggle on a fixed income,” said Chairman Martin. “Seniors have to live within their means and so should our government. We also particularly appreciate the efforts by Congressman King to assure the financial stability of Social Security and Medicare.”