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12/21/2011

Después de meses de negociación, el Congreso y el Presidente Obama se pusieron de acuerdo para aumentar la Deuda Nacional, por muy poco, evitando el catastrófico incumplimiento con nuestras deudas nacionales. Igual que con cualquier compromiso, hay buenas noticias y malas noticias para las personas de mayor edad en este convenio.
12/15/2011

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12/1/2011

After three months of negotiations, the Super Committee could not agree on legislation that would have reduced the federal deficit by $1.2 trillion over ten years.
11/16/2011

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10/24/2011

Social Security is one of the most successful income security programs in our nation's history. It is a vitally important economic lifeline for millions of America 's most vulnerable people, including aged individuals and persons with disabilities, as well as their spouses, dependents, and survivors. Over 54 million Americans will receive benefits from this program in 2011, and about 156 million workers will contribute to it in anticipation of the day when they, too, will qualify for Social Security.
10/18/2011

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