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Legislation to support Holocaust survivors introduced


WW~Notes: Like Europe, now it’s America’s turn to be swindled by these greedy people.  As if we’re not taxed enough now with Obamacare we’re nothing more than indentured servants to the jewish elite, but wait – now they want holocaust survivor support.  It’s ironic that this legislation was introduced the same day the Supreme Court passed Obamacare.  They probably hoped no one would notice. 
June 29, 2012
(JTA) — Three U.S. senators introduced legislation aimed at supporting programs to assist aging Holocaust survivors.
The bipartisan measure, Responding to Urgent needs of Survivors of the Holocaust (RUSH), was introduced June 28 by original cosponsor Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.) along with Ben Cardin (D-Md.) and Mark Kirk (R-Ill.).
The RUSH Act would amend the existing Older Americans Act by adding Holocaust survivors to the list of groups that receive preference for services under that act; designating a person within the Administration for Community Living to have responsibility for implementing services to Holocaust survivors; and establishing a grant program for nonprofit organizations to increase and improve transportation services for Holocaust survivors.
The legislation would also improve the nutrition section of the Older Americans Act. Specifically, it would amend the act to provide meals that meet dietary requirements based on religious, cultural or ethnic requirements.
The Jewish Federations of North America applauded the introduction of this legislation.

S.3358 — RUSH Act (Introduced in Senate – IS)        SEC. 3. FINDINGS.

 Congress finds the following:
 (1) During the Holocaust, which took place between 1933 and 1945, an estimated 6,000,000 Jews, as well as millions from other targeted groups, were murdered by the Nazis and their collaborators.
 (2) Approximately 127,000 Holocaust survivors remain in the United States, and thousands pass away each year.

Senators Kirk, Cardin, Mikulski Introduce Bipartisan Bill To Prioritize Social Services For Holocaust Survivors

“We are joined in support for the growing population of aging Holocaust survivors in the United States,” a Kirk spokesperson said. “This bipartisan legislation addresses the unique challenges facing the nearly 130,000 survivors who reside both at home and at long-term care facilities by ensuring their special needs are recognized.”
“We have an obligation to provide aging Americans access to the services that they need — and the community support they deserve — in a setting that is not mentally or physically exhausting or traumatizing. Holocaust survivors fled to our country because of persecution for who they were. These great Americans deserve our attention and our efforts to ensure that they are more able to age in place,” said Senator Cardin. “By focusing on home and community-based long-term care, we can help ensure that fewer of these survivors are dependent on the unpaid support of family caregivers, or have to resort to unnecessary institutionalization.”
“I believe that ‘Honor Thy Father and Mother’ is a good commandment to live by and a good policy to govern by. More than 60 years later, Holocaust survivors who fled to the United States after experiencing incomprehensible and indescribable atrocities continue to age. We must honor them – not just with words, but with deeds,” Senator Mikulski said. “This legislation follows through on our commitment to these survivors by ensuring that the services and community-based care they need are available to help them live more independent and active lives.” 
As of 2010, there were approximately 127,000 Holocaust survivors living in the United States, and more than three quarters of them are older than age 75, with a majority in their 80s and 90s. Under the current language, S. 3358 would amend the Older Americans Act of 1965 to establish preference with attention to Americans who are Holocaust survivors, authorize the Assistant Secretary of the Administration for Community Living to have responsibility for such individuals, and create a grant program to increase and improve transportation services for older Americans, with preference for Holocaust survivors. In addition, the bill would modify the OAA home delivered nutrition services provisions to ensure that Americans with religious, ethnic and dietary food restrictions receive the proper meals. It would also authorize delivery services to serve as early warning for homebound seniors that may need extended medical care or be suffering abuse.
Source: kirk.senate.gov
The above article about Senators sponsoring the RUSH ACT; it was written  that there is 130,000 survivors, now go down a few paragraphs and the New Magic # ’127,000 survivors all across the United States since 2010 and 2012, with thousands dying each year.’    Wouldn’t the Older Americans Act of 1965 already apply to these 127,000 survivors?    Does this also mean, that anyone under the age of 67  can not claim to be a survivor now?   Just wondering.  shera~  

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