Disability benefits: The ultimate gateway drug.
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Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on Wednesday began a two-day tour through New Hampshire, the first Republican primary state, where
As companies like Walgreens, AMC, EY and others have found, employees who have disabilities are extremely productive, highly loyal and less likely to quit. If we find the right jobs for the right people, it will boost companies' bottom line.
Social Security's trustees will release their annual review of the program's finances on Monday, and while we're not sure what the report will say, the trustees last year estimated that Social Security's combined trust funds will be exhausted in 2033.
Congress will once again be forced to deal with these same issues. And as we anticipate these conversations, I and many of my colleagues wonder -- can we count on them to keep families in poverty from falling into hunger, homelessness, and danger in the middle of winter?
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The Wall Street Journal published a similarly controversial story shortly after the This American Life episode aired. Both
The problem highlighted in the CCD's report may only get worse due to across-the-board spending cuts known as the sequester
Eight former Commissioners of the Social Security Administration (SSA) have since released an open letter in support of the Social Security disability programs.
According to data from the Congressional Budget Office, more than 60 percent of initial disability claims are denied. Although
A recent series that aired on NPR stations across the U.S. ("Unfit for Work: The Startling Rise of Disability in America" and "Trends With Benefits") paints a misleading and often inaccurate picture of the Social Security programs that serve as a vital lifeline for millions of Americans with severe disabilities.
Ms. Joffe-Walt, who is neither an economist nor a specialist on disability, is making a claim that in an economics class would be red penciled with the corrective -- "be very cautious when trying to provide simplistic explanations for data you've brought together."
The Wednesday meeting with McDonough was part the IAVA’s seventh annual Storm the Hill event, during which the group introduced