The Social Security 2100 Act
Representative John Larson (D-CT) has introduced a bill that expands Social Security’s modest benefits, extends the lifespan of the trust fund by 75 years and protects the most vulnerable.
Right now, the Social Security 2100 Act has 157 co-sponsors. That’s more than any individual expansion bill has ever had—but there are still 36 Democrats who are not on board. Let’s get to 100%!Join Social Security Works in calling on all Democrats in the House of Representatives to become a co-sponsor of the Social Security 2100 Act today.
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The Social Security 2100 Act expands benefits by ensuring that the top 0.4% of wage earners pay their fair share. It protects the most vulnerable by ensuring that increases in Social Security benefits do not result in a reduction in SSI benefits or loss of eligibility of Medicaid or CHIP. And it extends the lifespan of the trust fund by at least 75 years, ensuring today’s workers, including those just entering the workforce can rest assured that they will receive all of the Social Security benefits they are earning with every paycheck. I urge you to become a co-signer of the Social Security 2100 Act today.