TUESDAY 4/11/2017

H.R. 1920, the Social Security 2100 Act
This bill will keep Social Security solvent for the next 75 years! Social security is in trouble, but it doesn’t have to be. This bill, sponsored by Rep. John Larson of Connecticut, makes changes in how benefits are calculated so that payouts will remain high enough for seniors to survive. To pay for it, a microscopic increase in payments--a .01% increase for each of the next 24 years will be phased in, as well as contributions from high earners. Right now, the wealthy pay no Social Security, but under this plan, people earning over $400,000 would have to pay their fair share.

Background: https://ctmirror.org/…/larson-takes-on-social-security-aga…/

Hi, I am a constituent from __________ and I am calling to urge Senator/Rep _____________ to support H.R. 1920, a bill that would increase benefits while keeping Social Security solvent for the next 75 years. Social Security is not an entitlement, it is something we pay into all of our working lives, so this is just common sense. Thank you for recording my call.

Senator Richard Burr
Washington, DC: (202) 224-3154
Winston-Salem: (336) 631-5125

Senator Thom Tillis
Washington, DC: (202) 224-6342
High Point: (336) 885-0685

Rep. Virginia Foxx
Clemmons, NC (336) 778-0211
Washington, DC (202) 225-2071

Rep. Ted Budd
Advance, NC (336) 998-1313
Washington, DC (202-225-4531

Rep. Mark Walker
Greensboro, NC (336) 333-5005
Washington, DC (202) 225-3065

HB 471, Anti-Immigration Car Seizure Bill
House Bill 471 increases fines for driving without a license and allows for the driver’s car to be seized after a third violation. This bill would specifically harm immigrant communities.

Hi, I am a constituent from __________ and I am calling to urge Rep./Sen. _____________ to oppose HB 471,which would increase fines for driving without a license. This bill unfairly targets immigrants, and does nothing to bring about humane immigration reform. Thank you for taking my call.

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