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 ...
14924 1 day ago joe mulheren LATROBE, PA
14923 5 days ago Happy Benson Winooski, VT Security
14922 5 days ago Anonymous plainville, MA
14921 5 days ago Anonymous Hope, ID Stability..I earned every dollar; those who more than $118,500.00 are truly the Welfare recipents..wouldn't you agree?
14920 6 days ago Helle Peegel Ann Arbor, MI It's a blessing to know that there will be money to
pay for food, medications and bills.
14919 1 week ago Anonymous San clemente, CA I have pain in and would hope to be paid back when I retire.
14918 1 week ago Patricia Green Mt Pleasant, SC It is half of my monthly income and it should be protected as each of us has paid into the plan and we should not have to worry about not receiving it. Pay the deficit with funds used for wars and ...
14917 1 week ago betty nicholson San diego, CA Very important for not being a dependent to my Daughters we need an increase
14916 1 week ago alex jimenez anderson, SC without ss we would be in deep dodo
14915 4 weeks ago Anonymous livingston, TX It means financial freedom
14914 4 weeks ago Anonymous Green Bay, WI I'm retired. There is no pension. Social Security is my only source of income. In my case, it's just enough to get by on, but I am extremely grateful to have it.
14913 1 month ago Anonymous Marlborough, MA I rely on ssdi benefits as I am disabled and I live alone and can barley pay my bills.
14912 1 month ago Anonymous Paso Robles, CA Being on very limited incomes, any COLA increases we receive can only help with the increasing costs of food, medicine/medical, and general cost of living expenses. The minimal increases we have r...
14911 1 month ago Linda Kingsley Rockledge, FL Social security is not an entitlement program, but an investment program built on contributions of workers over their lifetimes. It should not be used or borrowed against by the US government.
14910 1 month ago Anonymous Madison, TN $800 extra a year doesn't sound like much, but it sure would help. Can we get rid of the donut hole next?
14909 1 month ago Ronald Sorrells Grand Saline, TX It means that all the money taken from my earnings for social security will actually work for me instead of for politicians to buy votes!
14908 1 month ago Anonymous Pottsboro, TX Getting "some" of my money back that was taken
From my paycheck by the SSA (government) for
50 of my working years !!!!!!
14907 1 month ago robert wisniewski middillville, MI
14906 1 month 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 1 month ago Martha Fait GLENDALE, AZ
14904 1 month 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 month 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 2 months ago Arlene Bridgewater Scottsburg, IN
14901 2 months ago CHARLES JONES AUGUSTA, ME
14900 3 months 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.
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