Commission proposed to repair Social Security
A bipartisan commission formation was introduced by two House members to improve the future of Social Security, an article by the Washington Post stated on May 30.
In the proposal drafted by House members Tom Cole (R-OK) and John Delaney (D-MD), a Social Security Commission that will be manned by 13 members will be given a year to generate suggestions to revamp the program. Congress will then vote on the recommendations that will hopefully extend the longevity of social security benefits. The Social Security Disability Insurance program faces the most immediate threat, and it may run out of funds as early as 2016.
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