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Bush would trim benefits of well-to-do

Stands by his Social Security plan with talk in prime time

By Michael Kranish and Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / April 29, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- President Bush, in a prime-time effort to reverse the perception that his Social Security plan is faltering, last night proposed cutting currently promised future Social Security benefits for higher-earning workers, modeling the idea on a plan put forward by a Boston investment company executive. (Full article: 1554 words)

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