The Second Term

Bush to Promote Social Security Reforms in Address

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President Bush will touch on many topics in his State of the Union address, but most of the news he makes will probably have to do with Social Security. The president will propose that benefits be unchanged for all workers who are now 55 or older, but that those below that age be subject to new rules.

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