Social Security Reform Votes are Months Away

Apparently, there’s still plenty of time to share your views about Social Security reform with Members of Congress:

Congress will not move on President Bush’s desire to overhaul Social Security before this fall, key Republican leaders said Thursday.”There are additional ideas relating to retirement savings building support within this House,” House Majority Leader Tom DeLay of Texas said just minutes after the chamber recessed for the week. “I expect that the House will focus on these issues in the fall.”

The announcement came several hours after senators cut short a planned Social Security strategy session, filing out of a Capitol meeting room for a series of votes without an agreement to return or when to meet again…

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