May 16, 2016

Social Security Subcommittee Schedules Hearing On "Protecting Social Security from Waste, Fraud, and Abuse"

     The House Social Security Subcommittee has scheduled a hearing for 10:00 on May 18 on "Protecting Social Security from Waste, Fraud, and Abuse." No specifics are given at this point. At the Senate Homeland Security and Government Operations Committee hearing last week there was a mention of some fraud case that would be bigger than the allegations against Eric Conn but no specifics were mentioned. Perhaps there will be some indictment or indictments this week.

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Anonymous said...

From the article, " Perhaps there will be some indictment or indictments this week."

ABOUT TIME.

Anonymous said...

Bigger than Conn? That wouldn't be the guys in the hats? (Just a guess.)

Anonymous said...

Does anyone else see the irony? Congress, a body which in the past several years has wasted and abused substantial resources by calling for many votes on bills they knew had no chance of passing, is going to "protect" us from waste and abuse.

Some of the people on the Social Security Subcommittee are on record as wanting to slash government programs that serve the poor and people with disabilities. Those are the self-styled "protectors" of our Social Security. Foxes in shining armor, guarding the hen house.



Anonymous said...

I did not have the opportunity to listen to the hearing, was there anything newsworthy?