Well Aged Reform
Congress may have a convenient excuse to duck Social Security's solvency problems this year. An advisory commission of private experts is off to a slow start and hasn't begun grappling with ways to rescue the system from expected insolvency by the year 2020. If the group misses its June deadline, Congress can postpone the matter at least until 1996.
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