What Mitch McConnell says about Social Security
If the Republicans reclaim the Senate majority after the midterm elections in November, the leadership has made it clear that Social Security won’t be at risk. Mitch McConnell, the heir apparent to the Senate Majority position, has rejected a plan that calls for all federal legislation to sunset after five years. Christy Bieber looks at the heir apparent to the Senate majority leader and his views on Social Security and Medicare. Read Ms. Bieber’s article here…
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