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Gus Bilirakis: Time to Create a Commission to Figure Out How to Save Medicare...

This week, U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis, R-Fla., introduced a proposal to “create a non-partisan commission of experts to identify potential solutions that would ensure the long-term financial sustainability of both Medicare and Social Security.” Bilirakis...
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Florida’s Senators Urge SSA to Reopen Field Offices for In-Person Services

Last week, Florida’s two U.S. senators--Republicans Marco Rubio and Rick Scott--joined U.S. Sens. Tim Scott, R-SC, Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, and almost a dozen Republican colleagues in sending a letter urging Acting Social Security Administration...

Florida Republicans Join Chris Jacobs in Calling on Feds to Reopen Social Security Offices

Last week, U.S. Rep. Chris Jacobs, R-NY, led more than four dozen Republicans in the U.S. House in sending a letter to the Social Security Administration and the American Federation of Government Employees, calling...
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Dan Webster Showcases Efforts to Return Money to Constituents

With a new primary challenger jumping in the race, last week, U.S. Rep. Dan Webster, R-Fla., showcased his efforts to help return money to constituents. Webster announced that, so far in 2021, his office has...

Democrats Ignoring Social Security, Medicare Solvency

The Social Security and Medicare Boards of Trustees revised their latest forecast on when Social Security and Medicare funds will run out. The new report finds that funds will be depleted sooner than predicted as...
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Vern Buchanan Wants Social Security to Get Back to Sending Annual Statements in the...

Back in 2019, Larson and Buchanan brought out the “Know Your Social Security Act,” which, according to the Florida Republican’s office “helps Americans plan for retirement by making it easier to access critical information about their Social Security earnings, contributions and future benefits.” The bill now heads to the House floor.

Daniel Webster Announces Office has Returned More than $15 Million to Constituents

In 2021 alone, Webster’s office has gotten $1,566,404 returned to constituents.
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Rick Scott Warns Congress About the Rising National Debt

On Thursday, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., wrote a letter to his colleagues in Congress urging them, once again, to join him in addressing the nation’s debt. Scott’s letter comes as the CBO reported that the federal debt would reach 107 percent of GDP in 2031, the highest level in U.S. history.
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Paula White: Donald Trump Never Stops Fighting for U.S. Seniors

During a recent White House event, the president revealed that his administration has struck a groundbreaking deal with two retail pharmacy giants to deliver the life-saving coronavirus vaccine to nursing home residents, free of cost, as soon as it becomes available.
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Democrats, GOP Start Focusing on Congressional Races Across Florida

With the deadline for congressional candidates in Florida to file now in the rearview mirror, both major parties are planning which U.S. House races in the Sunshine State to focus on.
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Vern Buchanan Helps Get ‘Know Your Social Security Act’ to House Floor

On Wednesday, the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee, on which Buchanan sits, passed the “Know Your Social Security Act,” which, according to the Florida Republican’s office “helps Americans plan for retirement by making it easier to access critical information about their Social Security earnings, contributions and future benefits.” The bill now heads to the House floor. 
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Brian Mast Draws Major Challenger in Florida Congressional Race

The new candidate’s campaign team stressed he is “running to lower prescription drug costs, defend Social Security and Medicare, protect the St. Lucie River and fight for the people who live here not special interests and D.C. insiders.”
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