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National Organization for Women Action Alert
TELL CONGRESS: Hands Off Social Security

National Call-In Days: Through April 14

STOP! Hands Off Social Security!

To reduce the federal deficit, politicians in Washington are proposing deep cuts to your Social Security benefits. We need to stop them.

Social Security belongs to you. You pay for it in every paycheck. And it has nothing to do with the deficit!

Don't let Congress cut your benefits, raise the retirement age and reduce your COLA.

Call your U.S. Senators Now through April 14
Tell them: Hands Off Social Security! Vote YES on the
Sanders-Reid Social Security Protection Amendment!

Tell the person who answers the phone:
I am a voter/constituent in [your state]. I am calling to ask the Senator to:
   *Oppose all cuts to Social Security
   *Vote yes on the Sanders/Reid Social Security Protection Amendment. Thank you.

Focus your calls on those who need it most:
   *Colorado - Bennet (D) & Udall (D)
   *Connecticut - Lieberman (I)
   *Delaware - Carper (D ), Coons (D)
   *Florida - Nelson (D)
   *Illinois - Durbin (D)
   *Louisiana - Landrieu (D)
   *Minnesota - Klobuchar (D)
   *Missouri - McCaskill (D)
   *Nebraska - Nelson (D)
   *Oregon - Wyden (D)
   *Virginia - Warner (D), Webb (D)


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