Bill incentivizing disabled people to return to work filed

U.S. Rep. French Hill (R-AR) has introduced H.R. 5409, or “The Social Security Disability Insurance Return to Work Act,” which seeks to modernize disability classifications under the SSDI program and incentivize workers who are considering a return to the labor force.

Hill said that the proposed legislation is expected to bring positive developments to the current SSDI program, noting, “These reforms to SSDI would help keep the program solvent and its benefits available to those who need them. The goal is to develop effective and innovative projects that will incentivize and assist people that want to get off of the rolls and back to work.” Senators Tom Cotton and Mike Lee filed similar legislation the same day Hill introduced his bill.

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