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What Can the Republican Congress Do About Social Security and Medicare?

If you receive, or plan to receive, Social Security, Medicare, or Medicaid benefits, you may want to pay attention to these important programs being discussed here in Washington. lawmakers (in some cases, elected by you to represent your best interests in Congress) are seriously discussing what will make a big difference to them. According to one Peterson Foundation, the so-called “Big 3” — Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and other mandatory spending programs for health care — collectively spent $3.7 trillion. Of the $5.9 trillion government budget for fiscal year 2022, which ended September 30,