Opinion Yes, Social Security and Medicare still need to be reformed — and soon

Posted on AllSides February 6th, 2023
From The Left
Politics, Social Security, Medicare
Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) announced last week that cuts to Social Security and Medicare are “off the table” in negotiations over raising the debt ceiling. In so doing, he deprived Democrats of a political talking point and reduced the likelihood of national default. Raising the debt ceiling — and thereby preserving the full faith and credit of the federal government — should proceed without negotiations or strings, let alone a contentious debate about third-rail entitlement programs.

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