Time to crack down on Social Security judges who ‘rubber stamp’ disability benefits
House Republicans signaled this week they will pressure the Social Security Administration to crack down on administrative law judges who appear to “rubber stamp” disability benefits for applicants who had been denied at a lower tier. In a letter to Acting SSA Commissioner Carolyn W. Colvin, members of the House oversight committee said the agency put in place arbitrary production goals to clear a backlog of cases instead of protecting American taxpayers and the truly disabled…Read More
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