Public Interest in Social Security Reform Continues to Build

Not unexpectedly, the level of interest in Social Security and its looming solvency issues appears to be reaching new heights. The January 31 announcements surrounding the John Larson (D; Conn) Social Security 2100 Act, coupled with Bernie Sanders’ reintroduction last week of his Social Security expansion proposal have fueled media coverage of the program’s financial outlook, generating many questions in the minds of current and future beneficiaries. Reuters journalist Mark Miller had an opportunity to measure the level of public concern through participation in a C-SPAN Washington Journal program focused on Social Security, and has listed a synopsis of several key concerns in a post today on As Miller notes in his article, the full half hour version of the C-Span program can be accessed at,


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