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As the government shutdown continues and as the countdown to the Thursday, Oct. 17 deadline on the debt-ceiling looms ominously, what can the average citizen do?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVRP-wnsaOY[/youtube]Washington calls it a “minor technical change” in Social Security.  Here’s how minor Washington’s Chained CPI plan would actually be for Ken Reinhardt:  $12,000 over the next 20 years.
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Social Security benefits should not be cut to reduce the deficit; health care cost savings must be sought system-wide
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Kentucky’s Retirees and Veterans Stand to Lose $2.23 Billion with Chained CPI
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AARP: Don’t Cut Massachusetts Veterans’ Benefits as Part of a Budget Deal
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Have you heard the phrase “chained CPI” lately?  It’s an innocuous sounding name for a budget proposal that would cut Social Security and other benefits for today’s seniors and veterans – including disabled veterans and military retirees. But what does it mean?
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As budget negotiations continue in Washington, AARP today released an analysis showing the negative impact one proposal – the so called “chained CPI” -- would have on Nebraska’s veterans’ compensation and pensions.
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For more than 50 years, AARP has been committed to protecting Social Security benefits for the millions of Americans who have paid into the program through a lifetime of hard work.
AARP Says Don't Cut Social Security
Have you heard the phrase "chained CPI" lately?  It's an innocuous sounding name for a budget proposal that would cut Social Security and other benefits for today's seniors and veterans - including disabled veterans and military retirees. But what does it mean?
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