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Gov. Walker favors partial raise in Social Security age

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Governor Scott Walker says he would favor raising the age to get full Social Security benefits, but not for those close to retirement age. At a forum for GOP White House candidates in New Hampshire Monday night, the 47-year-old Walker said there would have to be “reforms” for people of his generation and younger. He did not say what those changes might be. Currently, the minimum age to obtain full Social Security benefits is 66 for those born from 1943 to ’54. The minimum age is 67 for those born in 1960 or later. Read more…


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