Tag: 2100 Take 3

View of US Capitol building with stormy clouds

It has temporary benefit increases, is greedy on the COLA, and overreaches on revenues. The original Social Security 2100 Act,released in 2019 by Congressman John Larson (D-CT), then Chair of the House Ways and Means Sub­committee on Social Security, was terrific.  The legislation retained, and even slightly enhanced, benefits and substantially increased revenues to cover…