Updated Saturday, October 25, 2014 as of 7:35 PM ET

Social Security: Senator Outlines Possible Fixes

United States Senator Marco Rubio jumped into the Social Security fray (and solidly into early presidential jockeying) recently with a handful of policy recommendations aimed at stabilizing the programís long-term finances. His immediate motivation is probably political, coming hot on the heels of a private audience with the Republican National Committee in Memphis, and his first trip to New Hampshire.

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Comments (2)
To say his motivation is "probably political" is to say that he probably is from Texas.
Posted by Kelly G | Thursday, June 05 2014 at 9:27AM ET
Gee Kelly G, you DO realize of course that Marco Rubio is-is-is a Senator from the state of Florida? Hello?
Posted by Thomas S | Thursday, June 05 2014 at 12:34PM ET
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