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Social Security Up for Discussion -- Treasury Chief Says 'No Preconditions'
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Nov. 22, 2006
Excerpt: 'No preconditions,' Paulson said, means both sides get a chance to put their ideas on the table. In regard to Social Security, administration officials said that means President Bush will continue to advocate that younger workers be allowed to divert a portion of their Social Security taxes into private retirement accounts, a proposal Congress roundly rejected last year.

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