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Candidate Pence on Social Security Reform

Former Vice President and 2024 presidential candidate Mike Pence, speaking in a recent CNN Iowa town hall, essentially disagreed with the stance voiced by Donald Trump and Joe Biden on Social Security reform, noting that making no changes is not an option. When pressed on the retirement age setback issue, Pence commented, “there ‘could be a change in eligibility’ and younger Americans could be allowed to invest a portion of their Social Security taxes in a private account. Read a full summary of his town hall remarks via a post on USA Today by Maureen Groppe.

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