National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare2023-02-27T09:19:53-04:00


Let’s not look to seniors to bear the burden of keeping Social Security, Medicare solvent

“Even though Republicans appeared to agree during the State of the Union that cuts are off the table, the debt ceiling debate has allowed some ill-advised ideas for ‘entitlement reform,’ to bubble back up to the surface in Congress,” write NCPSSM president Max Richtman, Sen. Tom Harkin, and Sen. Mark Begich.

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Social Security and Medicare reform should be handled carefully

“Most of the plans endorsed in the Post’s editorial ‘Yes, entitlements need to be reformed‘ ultimately would cut benefits and undermine the fundamental nature of both programs,” says our president, Max Richtman.


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