Indiana Lawmaker Holds Town Meetings on Social Security

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This week many members of Congress are holding town meetings in their home districts where the primary topic is President Bush's plan to overhaul Social Security. Rep. Chris Chocola (R-IN) is holding seven town meetings in his sprawling northern Indiana district, and faced some skepticism from attendees.

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