Social Security Advisory Board Nominee Drawing Concerns
The nomination of Andrew Biggs, former principal deputy commissioner of the Social Security Administration (SSA), for a seat on the Social Security Advisory Board has sounded some alarm bells in the U.S. Senate. As reported in a Newsweek article by Economy and Finance reporter Alexander Fabino, the concerns voiced by Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) relate to Biggs’ previous positions on the privatization of the program’s finances and his stance on the full retirement age. Read the Fabino post in full here.
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