Ease-off proposed in rate of social security indexing

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Congressional Budget Office Director Alice Rivlin told the House Budget Committee the federal government could save $28 billion a year by 1987 through indexing cost-of-living increases in federally funded retirement benefits to two-thirds of the inflation rate rather than the current 100 percent.

Administration efforts last year to achieve cuts in social security spending were widely opposed.

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