Washington, DC – More Americans are reaching age 100 than ever before and that’s all the more reason for a renewed focus on Social Security, according to seniors advocate Dan Weber. “These days one in 6,000 of us make it to the century mark while just 50 years ago only one in 67,000 lived that long.” The president of the Association of Mature American Citizens was joined last week at a news conference here by Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton to announce a new endeavor to get lawmakers on the Hill to ensure the long-term viability of Social Security…Read More
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