This is a thing where anyone with even a tiny bit of writing spoons can help, if you have anything to say about US Social Security :

What's Happening?

The Social Security Administration has proposed a new rule that would change the way it decides if and beneficiaries are 'disabled enough' to continue receiving disability benefits.

Social Security makes disabled people receiving Social Security disability go through, what it calls, "continuing disability reviews" (CDRs). A CDR is basically a 'are you still disabled enough' audit. Social Security is proposing a dramatic increase to the number of CDRs it conducts.


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