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Department of Homeland Security

Military Health Care Contribution

Currently, active duty members receive 100% free health care and only pay a small amount for dependent/family coverage.

I propose that all military members (USA/USN/USMC/USAF/USCG) contribute between $960 to $2400 per year towards their own health care coverage, scaled so that junior members pay the least ($80 per month) and senior members pay the most ($200 per month).

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Legislative Branch

Retirement changes

I think one major problem with Americans retiring is that during their working careers, most people do not realize that Social Security is only designed to be 1/3 of their final income. They jump from job to job with no prospect of a pension at the end, and then are shocked with what "little money" they draw from Social Security after all those years putting into it. Americans need educated about SSA.

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