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Researchers: Social Security crisis worse than thought

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In today’s New York Times, researchers Gary King and Samir Soneji have an op-ed describing their new finding that the Social Security crisis is actually much worse than thought. They explain: For the first time in more than a quarter-century, Social Security ran a deficit in 2010: It spent $49 billion dollars more in benefits than it received in revenues, and drew from its trust funds to...

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