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In March, the U.S. House passed legislation that repealed the limit on the amount of money people aged 65 to 69 can earn without temporarily losing part, or all, of their Social Security benefits. President Clinton said he would sign the bill.
Does anyone know if the bill was, indeed, signed into law?
Thanks.

David
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Greetings, Hastings4455, and welcome. You asked:

<<In March, the U.S. House passed legislation that repealed the limit on the amount of money people aged 65 to 69 can earn without temporarily losing part, or all, of their Social Security benefits. President Clinton said he would sign the bill.
Does anyone know if the bill was, indeed, signed into law?>>


Yes, the bill was signed, and it is now law retroactive to January 1, 2000.

Regards..Pixy
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