Why Social Security's Unethical Use of Junk Data Must Stop

Martin O’Malley, the new Social Security commissioner, recently testified at three congressional hearings, in the span of just two days. That’s unusual in Washington, D.C., and reflects the urgency of dealing with serious problems besetting an agency responsible for paying $1.3 trillion in annual benefits to 70 million Americans.  Read Full Article »

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