Some politicians on the Ways and Means Committee actually understand how claimants are being adversely affected by the Social Security Administration’s (“SSA’s”) lack of funding. The wait times for hearings at the SSA have so greatly increased, along with the wait times for receipt of benefits, that Ways and Means might actually try to do something about it. Those politicians are urging the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and related agencies Chairman, to increase funding to the SSA to help combat the backlog, which is negatively affecting millions of disabled workers.Previous Next
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