Bush, Kerry Offer Plans for Social Security

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Campaigning Wednesday, both President Bush and his Democratic rival, Sen. John Kerry, offer their visions for securing the future of Social Security. But experts say neither plan will do all the politicians promise. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.



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