Republican leaders have said that movement on President Bush's plans to overhaul Social Security is unlikely to happen until after Congress' August recess.
Several politicians released statements after a planned Social Security strategy session was cut short. No votes or agreements were made during last week's session, and no plans have been made for another meeting.
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