Washington -- Some Senate Republicans have reportedly been reviewing proposals for raising the Social Security retirement age, while at the same time, restraining future benefits for Americans in higher income brackets.
According to reports, several GOP members of the Senate Finance Committee attended a meeting chaired by chairman Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, who outlined proposals to overhaul the wheezing 70-year-old federal program.
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