DEADLINE WED 6/12 – REHABS ACT

We write to invite you to join us in supporting legislation to designate July 10, 2019 as Journeyman Lineman Recognition Day. In every city and town in America, Journeyman Linemen constantly put themselves in danger to ensure reliable access to electricity
for all. Risking perilous heights and energized electric lines, they represent a crucial and too often forgotten part of our nation’s infrastructure.

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BRIEFING: WOMEN IN RETIREMENT

Women make up nearly half of the United States workforce, but earn seventy-nine cents for every dollar that their white male counterparts make. Earning less throughout their working careers means women tend to have less saved up in retirement even though
they often outlive their spouses. Social Security plays a critical role for women in retirement, but these modest benefits do not adequately support seniors in their old age. The National Institute on Retirement Security reports that women are eighty percent
more likely than men to face financial hardship in retirement.

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BRIEFING: WOMEN IN RETIREMENT

Women make up nearly half of the United States workforce, but earn seventy-nine cents for every dollar that their white male counterparts make. Earning less throughout their working careers means women tend to have less saved up in retirement even though
they often outlive their spouses. Social Security plays a critical role for women in retirement, but these modest benefits do not adequately support seniors in their old age. The National Institute on Retirement Security reports that women are eighty percent
more likely than men to face financial hardship in retirement.

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STARTING SOON – WOMEN IN RETIREMENT BRIEFING

Women make up nearly half of the United States workforce, but earn seventy-nine cents for every dollar that their white male counterparts make. Earning less throughout their working careers means women tend to have less saved up in retirement even though
they often outlive their spouses. Social Security plays a critical role for women in retirement, but these modest benefits do not adequately support seniors in their old age. The National Institute on Retirement Security reports that women are eighty percent
more likely than men to face financial hardship in retirement.

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BRIEFING: WOMEN IN RETIREMENT

Women make up nearly half of the United States workforce, but earn seventy-nine cents for every dollar that their white male counterparts make. Earning less throughout their working careers means women tend to have less saved up in retirement even though
they often outlive their spouses. Social Security plays a critical role for women in retirement, but these modest benefits do not adequately support seniors in their old age. The National Institute on Retirement Security reports that women are eighty percent
more likely than men to face financial hardship in retirement.

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BRIEFING: WOMEN IN RETIREMENT

Women make up nearly half of the United States workforce, but earn seventy-nine cents for every dollar that their white male counterparts make. Earning less throughout their working careers means women tend to have less saved up in retirement even though
they often outlive their spouses. Social Security plays a critical role for women in retirement, but these modest benefits do not adequately support seniors in their old age. The National Institute on Retirement Security reports that women are eighty percent
more likely than men to face financial hardship in retirement.

Read More

BRIEFING: WOMEN IN RETIREMENT

Women make up nearly half of the United States workforce, but earn seventy-nine cents for every dollar that their white male counterparts make. Earning less throughout their working careers means women tend to have less saved up in retirement even though
they often outlive their spouses. Social Security plays a critical role for women in retirement, but these modest benefits do not adequately support seniors in their old age. The National Institute on Retirement Security reports that women are eighty percent
more likely than men to face financial hardship in retirement.

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