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AARP CEO Bill Novelli said:

"Even though the Social Security trustees report reduces solvency projections by one year, the report reaffirms the value and stability of Social Security. While it needs changes, Social Security continues to be sound for decades to come. But we should act sooner rather than later to make the changes that will assure Social Security's guaranteed lifelong, inflation protected benefits for our children and grandchildren.

AARP leaders and volunteers are meeting with all parties in the Social Security debate and we continue to be eager to engage in thoughtful discussion of the options for Social Security's future. Our members have attended hundreds of forums, sent nearly a half million letters, e-mails and phone calls to their members of Congress and shown up to talk with them at home. They stand ready to support fruitful public debate by their elected representatives."

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