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Since 1935, Social Security has been a lifeline for millions of older Americans and other beneficiaries. It provides a foundation of retirement income security for them to build upon, and it also offers economic security for disabled workers and the spouses and children of deceased workers. In Connecticut, one in four older residents rely on it as their only source of income.
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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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Social Security benefits should not be cut to reduce the deficit; health care cost savings must be sought system-wide
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In preventing a change to the CPI, measure protects retirees, veterans and others
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