We were discussing this on another site. At that time, it was believed that ancestry would continue to offer the index and omit the last ten years. That preceded the Feb 12 hearing mentioned in your post. So, I'm not sure if it is still true.
As always, thanks for keeping us informed. best, Cheryl o7o --- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, "Jewelle Baker" <jewellebaker@...> wrote:
> Hello Group.....
> Read the below interesting article from Kathy Sullivan......
> This SHOULD NOT be allowed to happen.......
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> Subject: Social Security Death Index will no longer be available to
> > Genealogists need to know that Congress intends to block public access
> > to the Social Security Death Index (SSDI) except for a certain few
> > chosen vendors who meet Congress's criteria (as yet undetermined