Social Security

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Since the enactment of the Social Security Act in 1935, Social Security has empowered generations of Americans to take care of themselves after retirement. Americans pay into the system during their working years with the expectation that the benefits will be there when they need them. In recent years, however, Social Security’s viability has been called into question. As it stands, the current structure of Social Security will cause the entire system to become insolvent. This would be disastrous not only for future retirees, but current beneficiaries who rely on the system.

It is vital that we set politics aside and enact responsible reforms to ensure future generations of retirees get the support and benefits that they have rightfully earned. I am committed to protecting the viability and long-term sustainability of this incredibly important program.

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