April 27, 2011
Seniors who are unhappy about cuts to Social Security benefits are protesting, according to 9wsyr.com.
A “Don’t make us work til we die” rally was planned in Connecticut for those who want to protest against cuts to Social Security benefits.
Do you think protests by constituents will be enough to influence the federal government not to make cuts to Social Security benefits? How do you think the voices of the public can be heard in regards to their opinion about Social Security benefits?
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