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 ...
14941 10 hours ago Thomas Poehlman Sarasota, FL
14940 1 week ago Michael Moore Fairfield, IA A critical supplement to my income when I retire. I want to enjoy my retirement years vs. struggle to live.
14939 1 week ago Michael Carver Ridgefield, WA I am TOTALLY, TOTALLY DEAD IN THE WATER WITHOUT SOCIAL SECURITY
14938 2 weeks ago John Mitros Trappe, PA Whereas the original purpose and intent of the Social Security Act stated specifically that it never become part of the General Fund, Congress has now put the entire program on an unstable footing b...
14937 3 weeks ago Anonymous Sedro-Woolley, WA I am retired from the railroad and my pension is tied
to Social Security and Railroad Retirement.
14936 3 weeks ago K. Arnone Brooklyn, NY
14935 3 weeks ago K. Arnone Brooklyn, NY
14934 3 weeks ago gail calhoun Rogue River, OR it is my means of support! Government brorrows from it, so this is deserved action and I do ask for this bill's support by Senator Ron Wyden and Senator Jeff Merkley.
14933 1 month ago Anonymous DOVER, DE Social Security means the ability to live as a financially independent citizen as I did for the 40 years that I maintained viable employment.
14932 1 month ago Michael Brabender WI rise the cap to $500,000 than a 1% for $500,000 an above incomes. Cost of living should be the cost of medical increase.
14931 1 month ago Dale Kenel Grand Rapids, MI It is the only source of income for those older folks displaced by the corporate economy.
14930 1 month ago Frank De Santo Edison, NJ It is not an entitlement, it is a benefit I paid for. Stop those that call it a handout, it is social security!
14929 1 month ago Richard Hadlock Sandy, UT The purpose of Social Security is to limit unforeseen and/or unprepared for dangers in life: including old age, disability, poverty, unemployment, and the burdens of widow(er)s with and with...
14928 1 month ago Patrick Caffrey Murray, UT I am going on 71 years old. Have had my hours at work cut from 3 days per week to 1 day of per week and soon I may lose even this one day. Younger employees are getting the shifts of work I used to ...
14927 1 month ago Anonymous CO I need it to live on. It means everything to me
14926 1 month ago Maryann Agee Barnhart, MO Just what do you think it means? That is such a ridiculous question...It doesn't deserve an answer. I will say one thing, I am so very grateful for my Social Security and Pension.
14925 1 month ago Diana & Lawrence Sanders Arnold, MO Our main source of income.
14924 1 month ago joe mulheren LATROBE, PA
14923 1 month ago Happy Benson Winooski, VT Security
14922 1 month ago Anonymous plainville, MA
14921 1 month 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 1 month 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 month ago Anonymous San clemente, CA I have pain in and would hope to be paid back when I retire.
14918 1 month 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 month ago betty nicholson San diego, CA Very important for not being a dependent to my Daughters we need an increase
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