Support the Strengthen Social Security Act (S.567)


Instead of a cold, unfair benefit cut like the Chained CPI, the Strengthen Social Security Act (S.567), introduced by Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA) would actually increase annual Social Security benefits by an average of $800!

Add your name to this petition to urge your Senator to cosponsor this important legislation. 



This petition has a goal of 5000 signatures
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Number Date Name Location What does Social Security ...
14906 5 days ago Kenneth W. Matheny Columbus , OH It means I can have a place to live and have some money to pay for some food. The govt. took it out of my check before I got paid , now they don't want to give my money back to me ? It is not an INT...
14905 7 days ago Martha Fait GLENDALE, AZ
14904 1 week ago Deanna Dowding Seward, NE Social Security is my money which I have a right to. It is not an entitlement. My family needs this money to survive in retirement. Savings pay no interest.
14903 1 week ago gail calhoun Rogue River, OR I depend on Social Security Benefits almost exclusively and so do my parents. We all have worked our entire lives and added to this program. Any action that truly srengthens it we are all for it
14902 3 weeks ago Arlene Bridgewater Scottsburg, IN
14901 3 weeks ago CHARLES JONES AUGUSTA, ME
14900 1 month ago Anonymous Coral Springs, FL It's a large percentage of my income because of little savings accumulated, and the miniscule return in them. Please pass this bill.
14899 1 month ago Kathryn Dalenberg Valley Head, AL I receive the SS benefit I am entitled to and am thankful for it. It is VERY important to me.
14898 1 month ago Carla Lamarr Margate, FL It means I can pay SOME of my bills. Would love to have a larger check the size of $1000. or more per month like most people get. My savings are almost gone.
14897 1 month ago Anonymous Tracy, CA It makes 1/2 of my monthly retirement so if I'm careful there's enough to pay most of my bill's. The main thing prices keep rising and my income doesn't.
14896 1 month ago Linda Kinney WA
14895 1 month ago Lester Constuble Ketchikan, AK Social Security is the greatest portion of our retirement income. It allows us to live and pay our commitments. We would be totally lost without it. Please see that Social security continues on.
14894 2 months ago Mary Siegfried Oakland, CA It makes up half my retirement income and, thus, ensures that I can live with dignity and self-respect in the later years of my life.
14893 2 months ago Anonymous Lowell, MI Security. It is a vital part of my retirement income so I can afford to live.
14892 2 months ago Anonymous Dexter, IA It means I cannot receive my full Social Security benefit due because I am a retired postal employee and get a Civil Service retirement. I EARNED BOTH and am feel like I am being cheated out of my...
14891 2 months ago ROSANNA IKAIKA RENO, TX IT MEANS I CAN EXIST: BUY FOOD, PAY FOR A HOME, HAVE BASIC UTILITIES, BUY GAS FOR MY OLD CAR, PROVIDE FOR THE GRANDDAUGHTER WHO LIVES WITH US.
14890 3 months ago Jerry Poole GA Social Security is a vital part of my retirement income
14889 3 months ago Anonymous Saginaw, MI We, the people, we the working poor, stiffs, hard working honest Americans, have HAD to pay into SS.ALL our working lives. We WERE PROMISE that OUR right to receive, and to EXPECT our right to rec...
14888 3 months ago Norma Young Lebanon, IN I solely depend on it. An increase and the cola payment would be wonderful
14887 3 months ago Eva Kataja Topanga, CA A BETTER LIFE THAN WITHOUT IT.
14886 3 months ago irene miller palenville, NY My Social Security check is based on the money that was deducted from my paychecks for it during my entire working life. The chained CPI amounts to stealing from me and all other seniors. Pass S.56...
14885 3 months ago Anonymous OR
14884 3 months ago Jack Schneider Milford, MI
14883 4 months ago joihn gilligan Grafton, MA Its a help and a basic payment to help get us through life.
It does not pay for everything but it does help.
14882 4 months ago Anonymous Houston, TX Quality of life in retirement.
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