Capitol Hill & Social Security

Capitol Hill, aside from being a metonym for the United States Congress, is the largest historic residential neighborhood in Washington D.C., stretching easterly in front of the United States Capitol along wide avenues. Social security is primarily a social insurance program providing social protection or protection against socially recognized conditions, including poverty, old age, disability, unemployment and others. 5.0/5

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Politicians are the only ones who create problems and then campaign against them. They spend millions of taxpayer dollars campaigning against what they designed. Most often than not, the issues that started with them remain intact after they leave office. Examples would include but not limited to: Open borders, the borders are open because the politicians want the borders open. Meanwhile they are surround by a team of armed security paid for by the working American. The White House has a border built around the premises. Capitol Hill protected by armed security guards (yet they strive to take our guns rights away) while our borders remain for the most part, unsecured. Health care was created by a team of politicians. These men and women mandated Obamacare yet the politician don’t have to accept Obamacare. Why is that? It’s because they voted on it to be that way. Taxes are high because the politicians voted it that way. They tax your payroll, FICA, Social Security, Medicare, a Medicare tax surcharge. ...
AARP Alabama staff and volunteers are on Capitol Hill this morning to meet with Alabama's members of Congress and their staffs. They will tell them about YOUR concerns on issues of age discrimination, Medicare, caregiving, Social Security, and more. Our 450,000 plus Alabama AARP members will be well represented today!
Cheers and Jeers Cheers to: thumbsup Reps. Mark Takano (D-CA) and Richard Hanna (R-NY) for participating as featured speakers in NEA's April 2 "Raise Your Hand" event on Capitol Hill. And to Rep. Rodney Davis (R-IL) for joining the event to support educators, as well as trumpet the need to repeal the GPO and WEP Social Security offsets that penalize public servants, like educators. thumbsup Sens. Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Chairman and Ranking Member of the Senate Finance Committee, and Sens. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) and Pat Roberts (R-KS) for building bipartisan support for the two-year extension of the educator tax deduction. thumbsup Sens. Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) and Sherrod Brown (D-OH), plus Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Ranking Member Orrin Hatch (R-UT) for their leadership and support for the QZAB program and reducing the requirements for matching funds from 10 percent to 5 percent, a $33 million savings for school districts. thumbsup NEA-supported amendments introduce ...
Congressional Republicans' complicated -- and sometimes contradictory -- positions on safety-net programs like Medicare and Social Security have put the party in a tough predicament as Capitol Hill gears up for budget season. The House GOP passed its sweeping vision by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) to remak...
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Veterans: A measure by Veterans' Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders is expected to face a procedural vote as soon as Tuesday. The legislation includes measures to permit veterans to receive in-state tuition benefits should they change their state of residence; provide a broader dental program; and require additional congressional oversight for the Veterans Administration's new digital tracking system for disability claims, National Journal reported. Comcast: Comcast's plan to buy Time Warner Cable so far has not drawn much explicit opposition on Capitol Hill. Sen. Sanders said more media consolidation would mean "less local control, fewer outlets offering differing viewpoints and less ownership diversity." Sanders posted a poll on his website asking people whether regulators should approve such a deal, Communications Daily reported. Sen. Al Franken asked the FCC, Justice Department and FTC for a review. Social Security: President Obama dropped a controversial ...
Subject: Cornyn: GOP must give Social Security to illegals Cornyn: GOP must extend Social Security to illegals (Texas Republican News) WASHINGTON -- A bill sponsored by U.S. Sen. John Cornyn would have extended Social Security numbers to illegals, a position Cornyn still supports. Cornyn's S.1348, "Comprehensive Enforcement and Immigration Reform Act of 2005" would have given illegal aliens five years of amnesty and a Social Security number. Not only has Cornyn refused to renounce his support for extending Social Security to illegals, Cornyn has stepped up his campaign to pass amnesty if he wins the Republican primary. Cornyn's support for amnesty was rewarded with a $2 million personal check from Robert Perry, a Houston-area billionaire and outspoken supporter of amnesty for illegals. The amnesty advocate is also a $185,000.00 personal donor to Cornyn. His $2 million personal check is being used to run ads attacking conservative Republican U.S. Congressman Steve Stockman, Cornyn's opponent in the March . ...
Well, once again Social Security says it know more than my doctors do. I was once again rejected for SSI Benefits, and was told that I can still work. Although they admitted in the notice that they have not done enough research into my profession to be able to make comparisons to other available means of employment. With that being said, I am calling my attorney first thing tomorrow and I am going to get them set up to appeal my case. Again I am reminded that our government is not here to help us when necessary, Nor are they open to scrutiny when they makes a mistake. It is time to clear out capitol hill, and get some people in those offices who will work for the populace of the good old USA. I will try and keep everyone posted as the process moves forward.
AARP Advocacy Alert Dear Jerry, On Capitol Hill today, a small group of lawmakers will get together in a room to make decisions about the budget – and it's no secret that they're considering cutting your benefits. Rep. Paul Ryan and Sen. Patty Murray chair the new congressional debt committee. They've been tasked with finding a way to pay the government's bills, and the committee's discussions will likely include cuts to your Medicare and Social Security benefits. These cuts would directly impact millions of Americans and make it harder for seniors to make ends meet. That's why we need 100,000 activists to speak out this week and show the committee we're counting on them to say NO to harmful cuts. They're meeting tomorrow to start making these decisions, so they need to hear from us right now. You have a member of Congress on the committee, so your voice is especially important. With just one click, your letter will automatically be sent to both Rep. Ryan and Sen. Murray, the two leaders of the debt com ...
This year’s negotiations are at risk of getting sidetracked by proposals to replace the sequestration spending reductions agreed to in the Budget Control Act of 2011 (BCA). Rather than engage in another political tug-of–war, policymakers should do these three things: 1. Address Future Debt: The conferees should focus on making a sizable down payment toward the nation’s fundamental fiscal challenges through basic entitlement reforms. 2. Stick to the Budget Control Act: To honor the original intent of sequestration, conferees should recommend substantive reforms to control the growth in entitlement spending. 3. Enforce Lower Levels of Spending: Conferees should stay away from trading the sure savings in the BCA in exchange for uncertain savings in the future, except for substantive structural reforms to curb the growth in spending from Social Security, Medicare, or Medicaid. The committee has a lot to consider, but it’s time to get back to basic budgeting. While tax reform is critical to putting the ...
Winds of Change. Warren Buffet is asking each addressee to forward this email to a minimum of twenty people on their address list; in turn ask each of those to do likewise. In three days, most people in The United States of America will have this message. This is one idea that really should be passed around. *Congressional Reform Act of 2013 1. No Tenure / No Pension. A Congressman/woman collects a salary while in office and receives no pay when he/she out of office. 2. Congress (past, present & future) participates in Social Security. All funds in the Congressional retirement fund move to the Social Security system immediately. All future funds flow into the Social Security system, and Congress participates with the American people. It may not be used for any other purpose. 3. Congresspeople can purchase their own retirement plan, just as all Americans do. 4. Congresspeople will no longer vote themselves a pay raise. Congressional pay will rise by the lower of CPI or 3%. 5. Congresspeople lose their cur ...
The President is refusing to compromise on anything.   Washington is careening toward a partial government shutdown on Tuesday amid its usual synthetic outrage. As the partisan cries grow in volume, it's worth a few minutes to sort the truth from the nonsense. The first thing to keep in mind is that this does not mean "anarchy," in Harry Reid's typically subtle formulation, or even a complete government shutdown. Functions deemed "essential" will continue, and it's debatable how many of those really are crucial to daily American life. The military will be paid, Social Security checks will still go out. Many Americans will be inconvenienced, but tens of millions may come to realize how easily they can do without most of the vast federal Leviathan.   A second reality is that both parties are responsible for getting to this point. Americans chose a divided government in 2010 and again in 2012, electing House Republicans as a check on Democrats whose undiluted liberalism alarmed millions of voters when the ...
I'm not exactly counting on this, but I feel *just a teeny, tiny bit better* about paying my rent next month. "Thank you for contacting the Social Security Administration. The bipartisan congressional leadership and the president have made clear that no one anticipates or wants a government shutdown. The Administration will work with both sides on Capitol Hill to fund the government and keep its vital services and functions operating. If a government shutdown would become inevitable, our contingency planning for the potential funding lapse is to continue services associated with the White House’s statement that Social Security benefits will continue to be paid."
"If you turned on CNN Thursday, the big news was that the Grand Guignol Party is now eating its own. And not only that. According to Dana Bash, rumors are swirling on Capitol Hill that Ted Cruz has no gonads! That clip was played all day, in between those annoying ads for Norfolk Southern, which keeps America running, hauling all that fracked oil along our crumbling rail lines. When the corporate media starts mocking the GOP, a faint ray of hope emerges. Unless you're careful, your imagination may start running wild. You picture a time when the "right" will consist of a fusion of repentant old-style Republicans and insipid centrist Dems, strongly countered by a progressive faction of humanists going full steam ahead (due left) and not stopping until we have Medicare for all, expanded Social Security, a huge jobs program, restoration of Glass-Steagall, punitive taxes for profit-hoarding corporations, living wages, a Robin Hood tax on Wall Street trades, strong gun control laws, a drastically reduced milita ...
AARP Nebraska leaders visit Capitol Hill to press for responsible solutions on Medicare and Social Security.
The Capital Action Team is shown delivering petitions opposing cuts to Social Security and Medicare to a Congressional Office on Capitol Hill. Join our efforts to protect these programs.
AARP West Virginia visits Capitol Hill to talk Social Security, Medicare: Leaders from AARP West Virginia are...
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AARP AZ visits Capitol Hill today: urges separate debate on Social Security:
No Chained CPI. No Social Security cuts. No exceptions. Nearly two-thirds of America’s seniors rely on Social Security for at least half of their income. Our seniors have paid into the system, earned their benefits — and they can’t afford to see their paychecks shrink. The President released a budget that would cut Social Security benefits. Budgeting requires compromise — but we shouldn’t be compromising on America’s promise to our seniors. Join Ed and tell the President to protect Social Security. Mr. President, We need to call the Chained CPI plan what it is — Cutting People’s Income. America cannot go back on the promise we made to our seniors. Cutting Social Security benefits is not a solution to our budget problems. Here’s where I stand: No cuts to Social Security. No exceptions. Respectfully, [Your Name Here]
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Other than Ryan's regressive budget, the other economic news out of Washington this week will be the President's intensifying efforts to strike a "grand bargain" with Republicans over the deficit. Tuesday he goes to Capitol Hill to meet with Senate Democrats; Wednesday, with House Republicans; Thursday, Senate Republicans and House Democrats. Here's the problem: (1) These moves will heighten public expectations of such a deal, thereby increasing the pressure on him to strike one. (2) Any such deal will be awful because House Tea Party Republicans, already crowing about the sequester and about to parade Paul Ryan's draconian budget, won't agree to anything remotely reasonable. (3) The President has already expressed a willingness to cut Social Security (the "chained-CPI" he's floated amounts to a real cut in future benefits) and to means-test Medicare (whose political popularity today rests on public belief it's not a program for the less fortunate but for everyone). (4) He got such terrible advice on the ...
Mega barf alert! Obusha begging and bribing the GOP to let him slash Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid so Exxon Mobil can keep its tax subsidies: At GOP outreach dinner, Obama picks up the tab 06 Mar 2013 As part of his effort to improve relations between the White House and Capitol Hill, President Obama dined with a small group of Republican senators this evening and, according to the White House, he paid for the dinner out of his own pocket. Sens. Tom Coburn, R-Okla.; Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H.; Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga.; John Hoeven, R-N.D.; John Mccain, R-Ariz.; Bob Corker, R-Tenn.; Mike Johanns, R-Neb.; Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.; Richard Burr, R-N.C.; Dan Coats, R-Ind., Ron Johnson, R-Wis.; and Pat Toomey, R-Pa.; are among the senators who joined the president for dinner tonight. The group dined at the Jefferson Hotel a few blocks from the White House.
Peter Welch, Vermont’s Democratic congressman, has just introduced bipartisan legislation to repeal the half billion-dollar giveaway to Amgen [see the video clip below]. Its co-sponsors include Republican Richard Hanna of New York and Democrats Jim Cooper of Tennessee and Bruce Braley of Iowa. The Amgen deal “confirms the American public’s worst suspicions of how Congress operates,” Representative Welch told us this week. “As the nation’s economy teetered on the edge of a Congressional-created fiscal cliff, lobbyists for a private, for-profit company seized an opportunity to feed at the public trough. It’s no wonder cockroaches and root canals are more popular than Congress.” In his inaugural address, Barack Obama said the commitments we make to each other through Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security don’t make us a nation of takers. But the actions of Amgen and its cronies under the dome on Capitol Hill show who the real takers are — not those who look to government for support in ...
WASHINGTON -- A group of high-profile corporate CEOs are lobbying Capitol Hill this week to put Social Security and Medicare cuts at the forefront of deficit reduction negotiations. Their own retirement funds, however, are secure: The coalition includes 54 CEOs who have amassed combined pension asse...
Random thoughts from the mind of Marty this Sunday February 3, 2013 1. We do not have a gun problem, we have a responsible gun owner problem. 2. I understand using spell check, but for goodness sake make sure it is actually the word you intended to ewes! 3. If we changed Congressional healthcare to an "entitlement", would more be accomplished on Capitol Hill? 4. It should be illegal to shake the car next to you with your car stereo. 5. Snow White was a *** 6. If I was a video game developer I would create a game called "Angry Constituents" 7. Removing the cap on the amount of wages you must pay Social Security on could make the program solvent forever, therefore protecting the economic status of our senior citizens. 8. Yes, it is the Super Bowl, but it is still just a game. There are far more pressing problems in the world. 9. Hilary Clinton is the 2nd most intelligent woman I have ever met.
A Letter I Wish Progressive Groups Would Send to Their Members by Norman Solomon on January 23, 2013 By Norman Solomon Dear Progressives, With President Obama’s second term underway and huge decisions looming on Capitol Hill, consider this statement from Howard Zinn: “When a social movement adopts the compromises of legislators, it has forgotten its role, which is to push and challenge the politicians, not to fall in meekly behind them.” With so much at stake, we can’t afford to forget our role. For starters, it must include public clarity. Let’s face it: despite often nice-sounding rhetoric from the president, this administration has continued with a wide range of policies antithetical to progressive values. Corporate power, climate change and perpetual war are running amok while civil liberties and economic fairness take a beating. President Obama has even put Social Security and Medicare on the table for cuts. Last fall, the vast majority of progressives voted for Obama to prevent the preside ...
The first day of 2013 was a nightmare on Capitol Hill. In the name of "bipartisanship," corporate power stomped economic fairness. One of the few dissenters, Senator Tom Harkin, refused to go along with the program. He said: "Maybe now we are all believers of trickle-down economics. Not I." Click if you agree with Harkin. The "fiscal cliff" deal was not all bad. Social Security and Medicare weren't cut. Unemployment benefits were extended. Taxes went up a tiny bit on some of the wealthiest. But Pentagon spending remained outrageously high, giveaways to corporations were enormous, the President went back on his commitment to end tax cuts for more of the wealthiest, the deal raised taxes on people making $20-200K per year more than on those making $200-500K, and the debt ceiling limit remained -- setting up a big push to cut Social Security and Medicare in the coming months. No deal at all would have been better than this one. Had the "Bush" tax cuts expired, the good parts of this deal could have been pass ...
Instead of attacking struggling seniors, veterans, children and the working poor by slowing the inflation growth rate of an average $1,200/month Social Security check, shifting more healthcare costs to 65 and 66-year-olds and their employers, or slashing food stamps and Medicaid that are lifelines for working poor families, how about we try these 10 budget fixes first? By contrast, these policies primarily or exclusively affect the wealthy, while achieving lots more revenue/savings. As President Obama has previously criticized the mean, brutish Republican cuts: “There’s nothing serious about a plan that claims to reduce the deficit by spending a trillion dollars on tax cuts for millionaires and billionaires. There’s nothing courageous about asking for sacrifice from those who can least afford it and don’t have any clout on Capitol Hill.” Or to borrow from Bill Maher, the GOP budget plan goes after children, the poor, the jobless, the old and the sick. This is picking on the weakest kid on the pl ...
This GOP Propaganda, makes me go Postal... Start with CEO's and you get a 1000 fold payback. There are "1 Million" Millionaires in the USA, not 500 people in the Capitol Hill, or 6 living presidents. These 4 CEO's are paid as much as entire Capitol Hill... Ralph Lauren ($67 million); Michael D. Fascitelli of Vornado Realty ($64 million); Richard Kinder of Kinder Morgan ($61 million) and David M. Cote of Honeywell International ($56 million)... We should know where we need to start! The average CEO pay of companies in the S&P 500 Index rose to $12.94 million in 2011... = 1 Salary could pay 1078 Seniors on Social Security... This is pure GOP crap
With little action thus far on Capitol Hill with regards to the "fiscal cliff," you may want to anticipate a tax increase with your first January paycheck. For U.S. based employees, the much talked about FICA payroll tax cuts are set to expire on Dec. 31. When that happens, the employee Social Security payroll tax will return to 6.2 percent. While the tax break has always been considered temporary, people have enjoyed a 4.2 percent rate and additional take-home pay for two years now.
WASHINGTON -- Congressional Democrats, led by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (Calif.), signaled greater willingness on Wednesday to cut Social Security benefits, with the party now considering a change to the way inflation is calculated for recipients. Pelosi told reporters on Capitol Hill that ...
Although they seldom talk about it publicly, most people on Capitol Hill understand that entitlements cannot continue to exist in their current form indefinitely. One proposal for cutting entitlement spending is means testing Social Security and Medicare. Peggy Noonan explains: What means testing in...
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WASHINGTON -- Progressive and labor groups plan to picket outside a hundred Social Security offices around the country on Wednesday, telling lawmakers to keep Social Security out of the "fiscal cliff" negotiations on Capitol Hill. According to the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), ...
We recently had a briefing on Capitol Hill and many Members of Congress attended to voice their support for Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. Congressman Xavier Becerra brought up a great point.
Bernie Sanders Real Americans: A packed hearing room on Capitol Hill was the scene of a summit meeting Thursday with seniors, the disabled and grassroots groups fighting with Sen. Bernie Sanders and others in Congress to protect Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid from budget cuts. "There are fair ways to reduce the $1 trillion federal deficit and $16 trillion national debt, but balancing the budget on the backs of the elderly, the sick, the children and the poor is not among them," Sanders said. "We are here today to send a very loud and very clear message to the leadership in the House, in the Senate and in the White House: Do not cut Social Security; do not cut Medicare, do not cut Medicaid and do not provide more tax breaks to the top 2 percent who are doing phenomenally well and in many cases have never had it so good."
NORD needs to connect as soon as possible with parents of children with any of the following diagnoses who were approved for Social Security disability assistance within the past two years for an important project to help the Social Security Administration serve rare disease patients: Leigh's disease, Niemann Pick type A or C, Alexander disease, Angelman syndrome, Alstrom syndrome, Batten disease, Canavan disease, fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, Friedreich's ataxia, cri du chat syndrome, progeria, Krabbe - infantile, Lowe syndrome, MPS I, II or III, maple syrup urine disease, ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency, Sandhof disease, Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome, Zellweger disease. They are looking for patient stories that illustrate the importance of the Compassionate Allowances Program, which provides expedited review of applications for disability assistance. One or more of these stories may be included in a video to be shown at an event on Capitol Hill. The purpose is to help assure that the CAL progr ...
100% accurate, and 100% damning, from Walter Russell Mead: "Here at Via Meadia, we’re considering a new pension plan for our interns. Here’s how it works: The interns put money in the pension lockbox. The staff then takes money out of that lockbox and uses it to pay for lunches. But don’t worry: for every penny taken out of the lockbox, VM will place a signed, interest-bearing I.O.U. back into the box. VM, of course, has never, ever failed to pay back its I.O.U.’s. In other, completely unrelated news, the Congressional Budget Office is reporting that, for the second year running, Social Security paid out more than it took in last year. Outlays, says the CBO, exceeded revenue by 4 percent. But there’s absolutely nothing to worry about. As the Wall Street Journal explains: Many Democrats on Capitol Hill argue that Social Security isn’t in dire shape, in part because the program holds assets in special-issue U.S. Treasury securities. In other words, no need to sound the alarm. We’re in fine sha ...
Letter from Senators to Other Senators Opposes Social Security Cuts Senators Bernie Sanders (VT), Mark Begich (AK), and Al Franken (MN) held a press conference on Capitol Hill on Thursday to release a Social Security “Dear Colleague” letter, opposing the inclusion of Social Security cuts in any deficit reduction package. To see the letter, go to
- Despite right-wing misinformation, the program that benefits 55 million seniors, disabled Americans, widows, widowers and orphans has a $2.7 trillion surplus. Social Security, which is funded by the payroll tax, has not contributed one nickel to the deficit and, according to its trustees, can pay 100 percent of all benefits owed to every eligible American for the next 21 years. Despite Social Security's overwhelming success, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan has been a proponent of privatizing the retirement program by putting seniors' savings into risky Wall Street investments. Even before tapping Ryan as his running mate, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney had said he wants to begin the process of privatizing Social Security. He also would gradually increase the retirement age to 68 or 69. And he favors slowing the growth of benefits for persons with "higher incomes." Under a plan floated by Romney's allies on Capitol Hill - Sens. Lindsey Graham, Rand Paul, and Mike Lee - someone maki ...
Last week AARP volunteers from around the country flooded Washington, DC, to urge Congress to tell YOU how they would strengthen Medicare and Social Security for future generations.
it was dreamed that the Veterans Administration Vocational rehabilitation Services has looked for a job for me and has placed on my record that I am working when I cannot lift even 10 lbs.. Also, if I am in vocational rehabilitation program, as the VA insists, the Social Security denied the services. For that the Social Security accepts the VA decision, but the disabilities not. The other problematic is that Obama continues calling around personally. Nobody, as is Mark Anthony the singer, would beliefs the truth that Obama is under prosecution. Mark Anthony continues giving money to Obama for his expenses that are on me. If Mark Anthony continues he has evade taxes. In New York the IRS was going to arrest him a couple of years ago and Obama interfered. Now he is giving money to Obama again. I dreamed with promoter planning with prince Royce and another singer which I do not remember well to have money taken out of their music sold. Every time they sell a song they were going to take 25 cents out of the ...
AARP volunteers from around the country are flooding Washington today to speak to members of Congress on the future of Medicare & Social Security. . Make sure Washington knows you're paying attention: Submit your photo or video today!
On average women receive lower Social Security benefits than men. This Mother's Day, let's honor the women in our lives by supporting proposals that would improve benefits, not cut them. Here is a video from our Capitol Hill briefing this morning: Happy Mother's Day!
particularly those elderly ladies that have been on Social Security for a long time. Their benefits won't pay the utility bills now.
Social Security is a promise we must keep for all future generations. Watch a video on “The Case for Social Security” and show your support today!
Dear F., I have some good news to report! There is now legislation before Congress that will provide you with a WRITTEN GUARANTEE that you will receive the Social Security benefits you were promised. Imagine what it would be like if you received a certificate similar to a stock certificate or CD that you could put in your safe deposit — a certificate that GUARANTEED your benefits. That's exactly what will happen when this bill is passed into law. Your legislative team at The Senior Citizens League (TSCL) has been working with Members of Congress to pass COLA legislation that protects your benefits, gives you a minimum COLA and corrects the way that the COLA is calculated so it provides an accurate and fair increase each year. H.R.1052, introduced by Representative Walter Jones, is an extraordinary breakthrough for older Americans because it provides a written guarantee — in the form of a certificate you'll receive on passage. AND, it requires the government to CORRECT the inaccurate and unfair Social ...
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