Ryan McConaghy

Third Way

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Economic Program Director at Third Way, a centrist Democrat group that advocates for Social Security reforms

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Last week, the  Wall Street Journal  quoted John Rother, policy director of the AARP saying, "The ship was sailing. I wanted to be at the wheel when that happens."

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Last week, the Wall Street Journal quoted John Rother, policy director of the AARP saying, "The ship was sailing. I wanted to be at the wheel when that happens."

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With 37 million members and a massive budget,  AARP  claims it's the voice in Washington for senior citizens, America's most reliable voting bloc.

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With 37 million members and a massive budget, AARP claims it's the voice in Washington for senior citizens, America's most reliable voting bloc.

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