Key Moments from Ways & Means Field Hearing on WEP/GPO

The House Ways and Means Committee’s Social Security Subcommittee held its field hearing on the Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and Government Pension Offset (GPO) segments of Social Security as scheduled on Tuesday, November 21. In a follow-up press release, the Subcommittee published a summary of four key moments from the Baton Rouge, Louisiana session. Read the press release here.

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  1. In the brief summary testimonies by witnesses at this hearing some information from Paula Porter and Ann Dugas was confused.Paula Porter and not Ann Dugas is the is the widow with 5 children. For Paula Porter all Social /Security benefits were stopped once youngest child reached 18, Paula Porter has never received any of her husband’s Social Security since that last child reached 18.

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