February 22, 2011
Officials with the Social Security Administration and union leaders plan to discuss what to do if the government shuts down if President Barack Obama and congressional leaders cannot decide on funding for the remainder of the fiscal year, according to The Washington Post.
A decision must be made by March 4, or employees, including those who work for the Social Security Administration, may have to take furlough.
The article didn’t mention whether or not Social Security benefits would be affected.
Why do you think the federal government is having trouble making decisions about Social Security benefits and other federally funded programs? How do you think these decisions should be handled when a decision can’t be made?
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