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Received this e-mail from Social Security Works today:
Tonight, SiriusXM radio will air a Social Security-focused town hall featuring Senator Tom Harkin, Social Security Works’ Founding Co-Director Nancy Altman, and the Alliance for Retired Americans’ Executive Director Ed Coyle.

Although SiriusXM is a subscription-based service, you can listen for free by enrolling in a free trial here:

On the show, host Ari Rabin-Havt talks with the Senator at length about Senator Harkin’s bill to expand our Social Security system, and why that system is more important now than ever.

Once you’ve signed up for your free trial:

Who: Senator Tom Harkin; Ed Coyle, Executive Director, Alliance for Retired Americans; and Nancy Altman, Co-founder of Social Security Works and Co-chair of the Strengthen Social Security Coalition and a live studio audience

What: Radio town hall about the need to expand Social Security hosted by The Agenda with Ari Rabin-Havt

When: Wednesday, June 26, 9:00pm ET

Where: SiriusXM Channel Left 127

The work that we’re doing is making a difference. More and more, the elite media is paying attention to what we’ve been saying— there is a retirement security crisis and Social Security is the solution not the problem. Listen tonight as Senator Harkin discusses our work to build support to expand Social Security not cut it.

Click here to sign up for a free trial if you aren’t already a member;

Thank you for all you’ve done to get us this far,

Michael Phelan
Social Security Works

p.s., Social Security Works does not receive any compensation from SiriusXM--we are supporting this program solely due to its content.

Radio broadcast will take place at 9 PM ET.  You can click here for a free trial:

Originally posted to pdc on Wed Jun 26, 2013 at 01:00 PM PDT.

Also republished by Pushing back at the Grand Bargain, In Support of Labor and Unions, and The Democratic Wing of the Democratic Party.

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