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Will the Administration Claim One-Year Social Security Delay Cost $700 Billion?
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities Link to more items from this source
[Opinion]
May 1, 2006
Excerpt: President Bush and other Administration officials often claim that delaying action on Social Security by '...just one year adds $600 billion [or $700 billion] to the cost of fixing Social Security.' Such claims may be repeated on May 1 when the Social Security Trustees release their annual report on the program's finances.

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