NTU is analyzing the Chairman's current discussion draft to determine how well the legislation meets these sensible and crucial benchmarks.
Before suggestions can be made on how to change Social Security, an explanation on the magnitude of the problem must be the first step.
"People have dug into positions for literally years now," said Brandon Arnold, executive vice president of National Taxpayers Union. "I think this strikes a pretty reasonable balance."
NTU believes the money is being transferred to base operations because requesting money for the wartime account carries more political weight.
Congress should act quickly to pass H.R. 5180, the "Food and Fuel Consumer Protection Act," eliminating the "blend wall" threat to consumers.
Social Security is on a path towards insolvency and the candidates' plans do little to help.
A reduction would benefit all of us, through stronger growth, increased productivity and higher wages.
Madison lawmakers are considering hiking the occupation tax's base rate, and increasing tax rates charged for hiring additional employees.
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