Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan urges Congress to protect Social Security benefits

photo Congress is considering President Bush’s radical proposal to privatize Social Security - a dangerous move that could add trillions of dollars to the national debt and force significant cuts in current or future benefits - a risk not worth taking.

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has stated that if no changes are made to the current system, Social Security will be able to rely on its trust funds for nearly four decades!

Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan knows how important Social Security benefits are for so many New York families. That’s why she sponsored an Assembly resolution urging Congress to protect Social Security (K.252).

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You can help!

If you would like to help protect Social Security, please fill out the attached card and mail to
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan
61-08 Linden Street
Ridgewood, New York 11385
(718) 456-9492 •