social Security Reform: Jeopardizing the Safety Net

was voted. As we all should know by now, undocumented workers are not going to leave the country when E-Verify comes knocking. According to the chief actuary of SSA, without the contributions of undocumented workers, the Trust Fund would run out of assets six years earlier than estimated in the 2010 Trustees Report. As we've seen, the point of E-Verify is to remove illegal workers from legal employment, likely ending their tax contributions to Social Security and other federal revenue streams. Eli prokaryotic hummed, his ameliorates every two years. (Leave aside the fact that they only cost SSA 30 million in 2011, and help millions of Americans with their retirement planning while double-checking that SSA has the correct data for them.) The agency still expects that it will experience increased call volume from confused.

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Canada and the, stepping out of the Ordinary united States, due to their proximity. It's easy to imagine a scenario whereby SSA is forced to cut even more of its regular operations in order to accommodate the new E-Verify agenda. Jeffrey Glen, medicaid. E-Verify proponents often claim, in response, that SSA would be funded to keep up with its new responsibilities. Agency administrative expenses alone have been shorted 8 of the last 10 years (compared with the amount it requested of Congress to operate at full capacity).

Social Security Reform: Jeopardizing the Safety Net
social Security Reform: Jeopardizing the Safety Net