Track Bills

(With the start of the 2017 Congress, no related bills have been introduced yet)

  • S. 521, Social Security Fairness Act If adopted, S. 521 would repeal the Government Pension Offset and the Windfall Elimination Provision – two Social Security provisions that unfairly impact teachers, police officers, and other state and local government employees. Senator Sherrod Brown (OH) introduced S. 521 on February 14, 2019. It has since been referred to the Committee on Finance. For more information ...
  • H.R. 1170, Social Security Expansion Act If adopted, H.R. 1170 would strengthen and expand the Social Security program by providing beneficiaries with a $70 monthly benefit boost, basing cost-of-living adjustments on the CPI-E, and setting the Special Minimum Benefit at 125 percent of the poverty line. It would also apply the payroll tax to all income – including investment income – ...
  • S. 478, Social Security Expansion Act If adopted, S. 478 would strengthen and expand the Social Security program by providing beneficiaries with a $70 monthly benefit boost, basing cost-of-living adjustments on the CPI-E, and setting the Special Minimum Benefit at 125 percent of the poverty line. It would also apply the payroll tax to all income – including investment income – ...
  • S. 269, Social Security 2100 Act If adopted, S. 269 would strengthen and reform the Social Security program by providing beneficiaries with a 2 percent benefit boost, basing cost-of-living adjustments on the CPI-E, creating a new minimum benefit set at 125 percent of the poverty line, and cutting taxes for beneficiaries. It would also apply the payroll tax to income over ...
  • H.R. 860, Social Security 2100 Act If adopted, H.R. 860 would strengthen and reform the Social Security program by providing beneficiaries with a 2 percent benefit boost, basing cost-of-living adjustments on the CPI-E, creating a new minimum benefit set at 125 percent of the poverty line, and cutting taxes for beneficiaries. It would also apply the payroll tax to income over ...
  • H.R. 141, Social Security Fairness Act If adopted, H.R. 141 would repeal the Government Pension Offset and the Windfall Elimination Provision – two Social Security provisions that unfairly impact teachers, police officers, and other state and local government employees. Representative Rodney Davis (IL-13) introduced H.R. 141 on January 3, 2019. It has since been referred to the Committee on Ways and Means. For ...

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