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A capsizing disability-insurance program Congress needs to pass legislation that would allow reallocation to fix the financial woes of the Social Security Disability Insurance trust fund, writes Lanhee J. Chen, director of Domestic Policy Studies in the Public Policy Program at Stanford University. The legislation should also include provisions that would curb the number of fund beneficiaries and enable more of them to return to the workplace, says Chen, also a research fellow at the Hoover Institution. "Wasting this opportunity for reform will only exacerbate SSDIs problems, hurting taxpayers and imperiling the program." --The Wall Street Journal
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