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How to fix the Social Security Disability Insurance program Congress should not wait for Social Security's disability trust fund to run dry by the end of 2016 and pass a bill before the year's end to address the looming insolvency, according to a working group convened by the Bipartisan Policy Center. This will prevent benefit cuts and give time for policymakers to develop long-term adjustments to fix the problem, the group says. Lawmakers also need to include provisions that will enhance SSDI's program integrity issues in a law they pass that will call for a transfer of resources from Social Security's retirement trust fund to the disability trust fund, the group adds.--MarketWatch

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