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Scott Hochberg
Policy Fellow, Strengthen Social Security Campaign


Sen Baucus: Social Security Shouldn't Be Part of Deficit Talks
Siobhan Hughes
Wall Street Journal

Reid: Social Security different, should not be in deficit talks
Bernie Becker
The Hill

Baucus: Take Social Security out of talks on deficit reduction
Bernie Becker
The Hill

{Bruce here. I have been more than critical about the role of Reid and Baucus on ACA since July 2009, but on Social Security each has been a real mensch and deserves some shout out.}

Pessimism clouds deficit talks
Jonathan Allen and Meredith Shiner

Boehner’s Views on Economy Contradicted by Studies
James Rowley and Mike Dorning

As deficit-cutting talks proceed, what about Social Security?
David Lightman (McClatchy)

Freshmen split over entitlement reform
Marin Cogan and John Bresnahan
Recent Social Security changes

Recent Social Security Changes
Andrew Chan
Boston Globe

Pennsylvania's Pat Toomey cosponsors Senate plan to end deficits
Philadelphia Inquirer
Thomas Fitzgerald

Key senator says Social Security changes off table


Why Is Social Security Absent From Deficit-Reduction Debate?
Tim Fernholz
National Journal

Rep. Schakowsky: Keep Social Security Out of Deficit Discussion
Caroline Dobuzinskis
Social Security Media Watch Project

Eight facts and three thoughts about Social Security
Ezra Klein
Washington Post Blog

Fiscal Follies: No New Taxes? So Now What?
Scott Bittle and Jean Johnson
Huffington Post

They Didn't Know Nothin' Bout Numbers
Hullabaloo Blog

On Killing Medicare, Or, You Stand Up, They Run Scared
Fake Consultant (blog)

Keep Social Security Out of Deficit Talks
Mike Hall
AFL Blog

Scott Hochberg
Policy Fellow, Strengthen Social Security Campaign

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