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Privatization is really a plan to dismantle Social Security
As I began writing this column, the stock market was in the midst of another sell-off, this time in response to the announced departure of Trump economic adviser Gary Cohn and fears of an impending trade war. The Dow has dropped more than 300 points (or 1.3 percent) — and it's only lunchtime.

ROLL CALL: Narrow Health Deal Close as Republicans Plot Future Efforts
Senate Democrats say lawmakers are on the cusp of a bipartisan health care deal aimed at stabilizing the individual insurance market over the next two years. 

FORBES: The One Solid Lie Behind The Trump Tax Plan
Some $3 trillion is sucked out of government revenues if the Trump/GOP plan passes. That means the government goes even deeper into debt or simply starts cutting the guts out of Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid,

USA TODAY: Most Older Americans Don't Trust Trump to Save Social Security
Most older Americans don’t trust President Trump or Congress to safeguard Social Security and Medicare but about half say the administration’s policies will promote economic growth, according to an Ipsos/USA TODAY survey. 

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The Fight to Save Retirement Security for the Working Class

The movement in Washington to gut our most crucial social insurance programs - not only Social Security and Medicare, but Medicaid, too - amounts to nothing less than a war on the working class: people at all levels of income and employment who are counting on retirement income and health security. We in the advocacy community, empowered by workers and beneficiaries across the country, are geared up for battle.






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Seniors Dodge Devastation of Balanced Budget Amendment

The Balanced Budget Amendment introduced by House Republicans went down to defeat Thursday night by a vote of 233-184, falling fall short of the 2/3 majority required to advance the measure to the Senate. The amendment’s demise was a relief for our nation’s seniors, because it threatened the earned benefits they have contributed to during their entire working lives.

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