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An estimated 11 million Americans could see their disability benefits slashed
next year if Congress fails to take action. The White House and Republican
lawmakers have opposing solutions. Social Security’s disability fund and how to
keep the program solvent.
a.. Jason Furman chairman, the Council of Economic Advisers.
b.. Rebecca Vallas director of policy for the Poverty to Prosperity Program
at the Center for American Progress.
c.. William Hoagland senior vice president, Bipartisan Policy Center; former
vice president of Public Policy, CIGNA Corporation and former top aide to
Senator Bill Frist.
d.. Mary Agnes Carey senior correspondent, Kaiser Health News.