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Department Of Justice Awards $790,276 To Hawaii
State of Hawaii Attorney General Mark J. Bennett said that his office has established a program dedicated exclusively to the resolution of violent crime
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Little Change in Social Security Solvency
The 2005 Social Security Trustees Report shows little change in the projected financial status of the Social Security program over last year.
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Taxpayers Applaud Passage of Budget
The budget will continue the pro-growth tax cuts that have been put into place over the past four years by setting the window to make the existing tax cuts permanent and to extend provisions that are set to expire.
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Proposed Privatization of Social Security
Social Security has for nearly 70 years provided a predictable, guaranteed benefit to millions of older and disabled workers and their survivors.
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Blue Cross Blue Shield Drop Social Security Number
The Blue Cross Blue Shield member ID card is one of the most recognized cards in the world
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Social Security Benefit Cuts Would Fall Middle Cla
The "progressive" Social Security benefit cuts endorsed by President Bush in his press conference last week would actually hit middle-income workers hardest, according to a report from the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR).
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Free Market Drugs Could Save the Government Billio
The federal government could save $110 billion annually if prescription drugs were sold in a competitive market, according to a report by the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR).
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Social Security Announces Benefit Increase
Monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits for more than 52 million Americans will increase 2.7 percent in 2005, the Social Security Administration announced today.
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Privatizing Social Security Hurt African Americans
“Privatization is another effort to reward wealthy Americans at the expense of working Americans, particularly black working Americans, asking them to play the lottery with their future,” Julian Bond, Chairman, NAACP Board of Directors, told about 300 NAACP members who attended the 96th Annual Meeting in New York’s Hilton Hotel.
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Latest Proposals For Social Security
The President continues to ignore the growing opposition to privatization. Now he wants to weaken Social Security even further with an extreme means test on benefits. There is no longer any doubt that the Administration's approach would dismantle Social Security.
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Immigrant Labor No Cure For Social Security Woes
In exchange for this small reduction in the Social Security shortfall in the distant future, Americans will have to assume the near-term, and dangerous increases in costs for education, health care and countless welfare programs used by immigrants.
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Social Credibility: Where Does the President Stand
This shift in semantics is not a first in the White House's on-going crusade to sway public opinion, as they recently discarded the term "private accounts" for the less unfavorable "personal accounts." Recent polls and focus groups indicate some voters — especially seniors — have little support for programs with the word "private" included.
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Treasury Department Launch Social Security Web Sit
"As I have traveled across the country these past few months, I've met people at every stop who are asking me questions about Social Security. `What can we do to improve the system for future generations? Will Social Security be there for me when I retire? Why is the program in trouble?'"
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Don't take the security out of Social Security.
"The President's plan doesn't seek to address any of these concerns. It is too narrowly focused and creates too much risk by betting hard-earned savings on an ever-changing stock market when we should be working to add certainty and stability to the system.
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Social Security Is No Robin Hood
Partial privatization, one of the most talked about proposals for restoring Americans’ retirement security, draws criticism that it will leave low- income retirees with less retirement income than the current system provides. Yet we cannot determine the impact of reform proposals on income redistribution unless we understand the amount of redistribution in the current system.
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