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Apr 11, 2012

Service Limitations Shock Senator

     Senator Daniel Inouye of Hawaii says he is "shocked" by the limited service that the Social Security Administration is offering in West Hawaii, which receives a visit from two Social Security employees once a month. On their last visit 80 people were lined up outside the door before the satellite office opened. Only 20 were allowed in at a time.

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  • 5 Comments:

    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    "Burigsay said people who cannot make it to a Social Security Administration office should consider using the agency’s toll-free number, 800-772-1213".

    Right.

    Justin

    9:02 AM, April 11, 2012  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    have these people heard of the interwebs?

    10:14 AM, April 11, 2012  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Sen. Inouye is "shocked" by the limited service? Where has he been during the past few years? He votes on the budget, shouldn't he have at least some knowledge of the level of service that is provided?

    10:16 AM, April 11, 2012  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    SSA=GSA

    12:42 PM, April 11, 2012  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    of course he's shocked. the Senate hasn't passed a budget in three years. He is actually clueless. What more to say about the Democrat-controlled Seante?

    8:54 PM, April 11, 2012  

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