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Here at Justice in Aging, our weekend Orange is the New Black binges sometimes become the subject of Monday morning water cooler conversations. The show “Orange is the New Black Misses the Point on SSI”
We have some hopeful news regarding Justice in Aging’s lawsuit against the Social Security Administration (SSA) for SSA’s demand that lawfully married same sex couples receiving SSI pay back overpayments caused by SSA’s refusal to recognize their marriage in timely fashion.
If you believe that poor seniors should have at least the same access to justice through the courts as telecom companies, oil giants, automakers, and “Armstrong v. Exceptional Child Center Bad for Poor Seniors”