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  • Martha Koester
    ... From: Leslie Liddle To: mikew@drizzle.com Sent: Friday, January 25, 2013 1:56 PM Subject: Social Security Works - Washington
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      From: Leslie Liddle <leslieliddle@...>
      To: mikew@...
      Sent: Friday, January 25, 2013 1:56 PM
      Subject: Social Security Works - Washington Upcoming Event

      Hi Executive Committee and Affiliates,
      Long-time opponents of Social Security spun wild yarns about the debt and deficit this summer, and during the run-up to the so-called “fiscal cliff”. Ignoring ten years of war and tax cuts for the wealthy (both purchased on the national credit card), as well as a pandemic of Wall Street greed that nearly sunk the American economy, they pointed their finger at America’s last stronghold of economic safety: Social Security.
      Now, one well-known economist has had enough – and he’s visiting Washington state to talk about how to defend and improve Social Security for future generations.
      Please join us at a forum to hear economist Dean Baker talk about the challenges and opportunities facing our Social Security system, on February 20 from 5:30 – 7:00 PM at the University of Washington-Tacoma’s Philip Hall.
      For more information, please visithttp://ssworkswa.org/
      Please plan on attending.  Also, please distribute this notice to your organizations and members.  Look forward to seeing you on February 20th!
       
      In Solidarity,
      Leslie Liddle
      Washington State Grant Consultant
      Alliance for Retired Americans
      360-701-6615
      leslieliddle@...
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