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How to reform federal technology without deepening the digital divide

 

Say goodbye to your Social Security earnings statements - yet again

 

Social Security Admin Creates Burden for Americans

 

Consumer Groups Urge SEC to Drop Rule on Paperless Shareholder Reports

 

Consumer Groups Urge SEC to Drop Rule on Paperless Shareholder Reports

 

Print is Dead? Not in Mutual Fund Reports

 

Why SEC efforts to ‘Go Paperless’ warrant congressional action

 

Group pushes return of paper IRS tax booklet

 

Consumers for Paper Options Applauds Passage of Congressional Resolution to Reinstate IRS Tax Instructions

 

Consumers for Paper Options Applauds Resolution to Reinstate Tax Instructions

 

Consumers for Paper Options Applauds Introduction of Bipartisan Legislation to Protect the Sale of Savings Bonds

 

Legislative Agenda: Advocating for the Paper Option

 

Consumers for Paper Options applauds introduction of bipartisan legislation to protect the sale of savings bonds

 

SEC must keep shareholder reports accessible to all

 

House Financial Services Committee Members Urge SEC to Revise Proposed E-Delivery Rule

 

Maine senators say SEC should keep paper mutual fund reports

 

Maine senators say SEC should keep paper mutual fund reports

 

Maine senators say SEC should keep paper mutual fund reports

 

CPO Applauds Introduction of Federal Legislation Requiring IRS to Partially Reinstate Mailing of Paper Tax Forms

 

PAPER Act Legislation Would Require IRS to Partially Reinstate Mailing of Paper Tax Forms

 

SEC’s Rule 30e-3 Said to Threaten Print Revenues and Employment

 

SEC Gets Pushback On Paperless Mutual Fund Reports

 

Group Applauds Congressional Action for Increased Scrutiny for SEC e-Delivery Rule

 

The paper lobby’s new federal target: The Securities and Exchange Commission

 

Consumer Action, Consumers for Paper Options and National Consumers League urge SEC to rescind proposed rule changing default delivery method from mail to online

 

American Express Automatically Switched Me To Paperless Statements; Is That Legal?

 

Online-Only Sale of Savings Bonds Leaves Many Low-Income Americans with No Savings Options

 

Consumers for Paper Options applauds Pennsylvania proposal

 

Consumers for Paper Options applauds proposed rule prohibiting state utilities from charging for paper statements

 

Advocacy Group Applauds Proposal Prohibiting PA State Utilities from Charging for Paper Statements

 

Consumers for Paper Options Urges FDA to Rescind Switch to Electronic Drug Labeling

 

Consumers for Paper Options Urges FDA to Rescind Switch to Electronic Drug Labeling

 

Consumers for Paper Options Urges FDA to Rescind Switch to Electronic Drug Labeling

 

FDA urged to rescind switch to electronic drug labeling

 

Envelope, Paper Lobby Lauds Move on Savings Bonds

 

Paper industry, advocates win back some Social Security earnings statements

 

Shift From Paper Complicates Giving Treasury Bonds as Gifts

 

Paper Pushers: Industry-backed group urges feds to keep printing documents

 

Government Printing Office Is Churning Out Less Paper

 

Letter: Papering over the digital divide

 

Consumers Need Low-Tech Options for Essential Services

 

Group tries to slow federal government’s move away from paper to the Web

 

As the Government Goes Digital, Do Citizens Have a Right to Paper?

 

The Paper Industry Is Lobbying Against a Paperless Government — and It Has a Point

 

Federal Efforts to Go Paperless Ignore Seniors' Needs and Digital Divide

 

Some Seniors Resist Electronic Social Security Statements

 

Bill Aims to Keep Some Savings Bonds in Paper Form

 

Survey Roundup: Paper Proponents

 

Group Seeks Paper Options for Government Forms

 

U.S. Congressmen Lodge Bill to Abolish Paperless Policies

 

End of Paper Social Security Checks Unnerving to Some

 

Social Security Checks Soon to Go All Electronic

 

Group Asks Feds to Stop Switch to Electronic Social Security Statements

 

Senior Citizens May Still Receive Social Security Checks in Mail After March 1 Treasury Deadline

 

Treasury OKs Paper Checks - for Now

 

U.S. Congress to Debate Consumer Right to Printed Communications

 

Social Security Ending Paper Checks March 1

 

Federal Checks Soon Electronic, Not Paper

 

Social Security Paperless Payments Will Disadvantage Millions

 

Some Seniors Resist Electronic Social Security Payments

 

Safeguarding Social Security Checks as They Go Electronic

 

Rush to Digital Leaves too Many Behind

 

Savings Bond Petition Brings Together A Unique Coalition Of Supporters

 

New Virus Hacks Your Bank Account, Covers Tracks

 

US Savings Bonds Go Paperless

 

The New Digital Divide

 

Social Security Statements: Observations on SSA's Plans for the Social Security Statement

 

Can Lobbying Preserve Paper Documents for the Oldest Seniors?