Don't Forget to Fix Social Security

Sloan, Allan
February 2007
Newsweek;2/5/2007, Vol. 149 Issue 6, p21
In this article the author examines the 2007 State of the Union Address made by president George W. Bush, noting there were few references to social security. He explains social security provisions covered by a Bush plan to reform health care costs. Also examined are ways in which the plan will reduce retirement payments for those paying into the system in 2007.


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