2019 House Budget Proposal Skips Over Social Security
In a post on dailysignal.com, Heritage Foundation senior policy analyst Justin Bogle breaks down the “highs and lows” of the House’s 2019 budget proposal, noting that, while balancing the budget within 10 years, the Social Security solvency dilemma is left untouched. Without Social Security reform measures, then, the insolvency projection of 2034 will remain intact as a result of this proposal. Read Bogle’s post here…
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