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White House hopeful Warren would expand Social Security retirement benefits

Reuters India Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren said on Thursday that if elected to the White House, she would expand Social Security, the retirement program administered by the federal government, by increasing benefits by $200 a month for every current and future beneficiary.
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Elizabeth Warren said she would expand Social Security. The Senator, who is running for President, would increase benefits by $200 a month for every current and future beneficiary. Se said she would pay for the Social Security expansion by “asking the top 2% of families to contribute their fair...

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