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Social Security Reform: Maybe Not an Election Issue, But…

The American Society on Aging (ASA)‘s recent “Panel of Pundits” offered a slate of panelists the opportunity to weigh in on key issues facing America’s aging population, and naturally one of the key discussion points was Social Security. The consensus among the viewpoints expressed was that even though Social Security is not seen as a pivotal point in the run-up to November 3, it remains a serious issue that will command equally serious attention for the next administration–regardless of who’s heading it. In a post today on, Bob Blancato (national coordinator of the Elder Justice Coalition) provides a summary of the panelist’s positions on the question of “What’s in store for older Americans from the 2020 presidential election?” Read his post here…


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