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7/28/2014

This year’s projections come as no surprise to anyone who understands how Social Security and Medicare work. In fact, historically, the solvency date for the Social Security Trust Fund has fluctuated from a depletion date as distant as 2048 in the 1988 report to as soon as 2029 predicted in 1994 and 1997. On Medicare, each year since passage of the Affordable Care Act, the Trustees have reported the program’s improving solvency, this year adding an additional four years until 2030.  We should build on that success and continue reducing the high cost of health care system-wide, not just in Medicare.
7/28/2014

7/28/2014

7/28/2014

On behalf of the millions of members and supporters of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, I want to thank Chairman Wyden and Ranking Member Hatch for holding this hearing entitled “Social Security: A Fresh Look at Workers’ Disability Insurance.”
7/25/2014

In yet another in an endless string of commission proposals, H.R. 4786, the “Social Security Commission Act of 2014,” introduced by Representatives John Delaney (D-MD) and Tom Cole (R-OK) targets Social Security for “reform.” This time, the task would be delegated to a “Commission on Long Term Solvency,” made up of 13 members appointed variously by the President and the leadership of the House of Representatives and the Senate.
7/8/2014

6/30/2014

Today’s Supreme Court ruling in Harris v. Quinn could have devastating effects on America’s home health system by driving down already low wages and reducing the basic rights of workers in one of our nation’s fastest growing job sectors – home health services. 
6/26/2014

6/25/2014

One year ago tomorrow, the Supreme Court issued its landmark Windsor ruling in the Defense of Marriage Act providing benefits to legally married same-sex married couples.  Since then, federal agencies such as the Social Security Administration have been working to define benefits eligibility for millions of Americans. 
6/25/2014

On behalf of the millions of members and supporters of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, I am writing to express our support for your bill, the “Seniors Access to Social Security Act of 2014,” which directs the Commissioner of Social Security to continue to make Social Security number (SSN) printouts and benefit verification letters available at the agency’s local field offices for at least an additional year.


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