AMAC CEO to Testify Before Congress on Behalf of America’s Seniors

Published 6:30 am Sunday, November 20, 2022

WASHINGTON, DC  — The Association of Mature American Citizens – AMAC is pleased to announce that Chief Executive Officer, Rebecca Weber, has been invited to testify before Congress at a Senate Special Committee on Aging hearing to be held in the Villages, Florida on Monday, November 21st.


Committee member Senator Rick Scott (FL) invited Ms. Weber to testify on behalf of AMAC’s 2.2 million members regarding how Biden Administration policies impact seniors. Ms. Weber’s testimony is expected to include the looming insolvency of Social Security, the effect the Inflation Reduction Act will have on American life expectancy, and the consequences of record-high inflation on seniors’ savings and fixed incomes.


The hearing begins at 9:30 AM on November 21st and will be livestreamed at that time on, as well as the Committee website:



The 2.4 million member Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC] is a vibrant, vital senior advocacy organization that takes its marching orders from its members. AMAC Action is a non-profit, non-partisan organization representing the membership in our nation’s capital and in local Congressional Districts throughout the country.