Social Security Amendments of 1960: Hearings Before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, Eighty-sixth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 12580, an Act to Extend and Improve Coverage Under the Federal Old-age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance System and to Remove Hardships and Inequities, Improve the Financing of the Trust Funds, and Provide Disability Benefits to Additional Individuals Under Such System; to Provide Grants to States for Medical Care for Aged Individuals of Low Income; to Amend the Public Assistance, and Maternal, and Child Welfare Provisions of the Social Scurity Act; to Improve the Unemployment Compensation Provisions of Such Act; and for Other Purposes, June 29, 30, 1960

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1960 - Social security - 531 pages

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Ferrier T A Pittsburgh Pa to chairman
Olson R A president Minnesota AFLCÍO Federation of Labor 354
Adams Albert C chairman Committee on Social Security the National
Fine Daniel New Kensington Pa to chairman
Bandolin Beatrice chairman Presidents Council Older Adults Depart
Foster John W WinstonSalem N C to committee
Brown Elmer president International Typographical Union to commit
Rambaugh Ross Myersdale Pa to chairman 440
Griepentrog Carl W president International Union of Allied Industrial
Walsh Richard F international president International Alliance of The
Saenger Jerome president Guild of Prescription Opticians of New Jersey
Saund Hon D S to chairman
Williamson Kenneth associate director American Hospital Association
Lynn John C legislative director American Farm Bureau Federation
Sawyer William A medical consultant International Association of
Bull Howard manager Aetna Life Insurance Co to chairman
Mara Earl J president the Rhode Island Medical Society to chairman
Byrd Hon Harry F chairman to Hon Maurice H Stans Director

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