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Leading Seniors Group Releases its Legislative Priorities  for the 114th Congress

The National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare’s Legislative Agenda for the 114th Congress (2015-16) details numerous important improvements and legislative proposals designed to keep Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid strong and effective for current and future generations. 
Letter Endorsing Older Americans Act Amendments of 2015

On behalf of the millions of members and supporters of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, I am writing to endorse  S. 192, the bipartisan “Older Americans Act Amendments of 2015,” which you introduced along with Senators Patty Murray, Bernie Sanders and Richard Burr. 
Legislative Agenda: 114th Congress

As the new 114th Congress begins its work, we've detailed a myriad of legislative priorities which would continue to build and strengthen Social Security and Medicare's historic legacy for current and future beneficiaries. 
White House Rejects Social Security Shenanigans in the GOP-led House

We urged the President to support Social Security reallocation, as has happened without controversy 11 previous times, to avoid a massive benefit cut Americans with disabilities simply cannot afford. Today’s comment from the White House in support of this simple administrative fix is encouraging but we hope the President will reaffirm that position without any qualification in the State of the Union and use that opportunity to take a bold stand against these Social Security shenanigans in the House
Social Security Targeted on Day One of New  Congress

Today's unprecedented House proposal preventing a routine rebalancing of the Social Security Disability Trust Funds puts politics ahead of policy and partisanship ahead of people.  This House Rules change would allow a 20% benefit cut for millions of disabled Americans unless there are broader Social Security benefit cuts or tax increases improving the solvency of the combined trust funds.  It is difficult to believe that there is any purpose to this unprecedented change to House Rules other than to cut benefits for Americans who have worked hard all their lives, paid into Social Security, and rely on their Social Security benefits, including Disability, in order to survive.

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