Keeping our promise of secure retirement to American workers – while maintaining our nation’s fiscal health – is one of our greatest policy challenges. With more baby boomers becoming eligible for Social Security and Medicare every day, Americans living longer, and our population skewing older, it is crucial that Congress not only protect the vital social programs on which our seniors currently rely and worked a lifetime to earn, but also support forward-thinking policies that will help future generations have the secure retirement they also deserve. As Chairman of the House Budget Committee, Congressman Yarmuth is working to invest in programs that reflect the needs and priorities of American families and serves as a leading voice against Republican efforts to end Medicare as we know it, and privatize, undermine, and cut Social Security.