Senate Hearing Focuses on the Importance of Social Security for Women

Last week, the Senate Committee on Finance held a hearing on “Social Security: Is a Key Foundation of Economic Security Working for Women?” Witnesses were: Barbara Perrin of Eugene, OR; Catherine J. Dodd, Ph.D, RN, Chair of the Board of Directors, National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare; Sita Nataraj Slavov, Ph.D, Professor of Public Policy, George Mason University, and Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute; and Janet M. Barr, MAAA, ASA, EA, American Academy of Actuaries. Visit the Committee web site to view opening statements, testimony, and archived video.

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