Paper-based communications are critically important for millions of Americans—especially for seniors and the 25 percent of citizens without online access. Yet these Americans are being left behind as the government and private sector go "paperless" in order to cut costs. It's crucial to preserve paper-based options for Americans who need it to access information and services.

We can go digital without discriminating against Americans who may not, or cannot, use technology.  By getting this right, we will bridge the digital divide and achieve significant efficiency gains—without shifting costs to consumers who can least afford them.

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Click here to learn how Americans are losing access to paper-based Social Security checks and statements, tax forms and other critical information.

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  • San Francisco Chronicle Op-Ed: "Consumers Need Low-Tech Options for Essential Services" (Read More)
  • Consumers for Paper Options Applauds Efforts to Restore Paper Social Security Statements. (Read More)
  • National Poll Shows Americans Overwhelmingly Oppose Federal Efforts to Shift Citizens to Digital-Only Information & Services (Read More)
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