Congressman Cassidy's plan to raise the retirement age to 70 will hurt Louisiana Seniors
 

What did Congressman Cassidy say about raising the Social Security retirement age?

He thinks it won't hurt Louisiana seniors who have earned their Social Security and Medicare and count on it to maintain a high quality way of life and their health. Like Felicia, who was able to have multiple and necessary surgeries during the last 10 years.

Or Durell, an 81-year-old Louisianian who worked as a school principal for 38 years and more than earned his Social Security.

Congressman Cassidy thinks it won’t hurt Louisianians who have worked hard jobs their whole lives, like Mike, an electrician for 30 years with burns on 40 percent of his body.

Mary Landrieu has never voted to cut Social Security benefits or raise the retirement age—and never will!

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