Feb 21, 2013 (Tell Me More) — Millions of Americans rely on social security for their livelihood. But the program is at the center of the government's debate over spending cuts -- and it's facing its own financial troubles. Host Michel Martin speaks with Michael Astrue, former Social Security Commissioner, about his views on the program's biggest issues.
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