Gaining what he termed "momentum" in overhauling Social Security, Treasury Secretary John Snow said he expects House lawmakers to draft a reform proposal for the 70-year-old program when they return from the July 4th recess."There is real momentum," Snow said in a radio interview held earlier this week. "We need to keep this moving forward and we need to keep hearing from more people."Snow said he expects the Senate to address Social Security reform sometime this summer. The hope is that some form of resolution can be reached before the end of the year.However, Democrats have voiced staunch opposition to any Social Security reform plans that entail the creation of personal or private accounts.

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