Hillary Rodham Clinton will chair a 10-city teleconference focusing on the impact of proposed Social Security reforms on women.
Washington Rep. Jennifer Dunn will co-chair the event, which is available for airing by cable and broadcast TV stations across the country, and syndicated writer Jane Bryant Quinn will moderate.
Americans Discuss Social Security (ADSS) is the organizer of the event, which on January 23 will link the cities of Washington, D.C., Albuquerque, Atlanta, Cleveland, Portland, Maine, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Portland, and San Antonio. Approximately 150 private citizens from each city are expected to participate.
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