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Bush to speak at TCC


By J. Ferguson
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Monday, March 21, 2005
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President George W. Bush will bring his vision for the future of Social Security to a select few this morning.

Bush will address a small audience at the Tucson Convention Center's main ballroom, which holds 1,400 people. Tickets to the event were distributed through local congressional offices and private invitations.

Tickets are no longer available for the event, as most were snatched up immediately after his visit was announced.

The president is expected to tout the virtues of his proposed plan to allow workers under 55 years old to invest a portion of their payroll taxes in private accounts.

The visit to Tucson is part of Bush's "60 cities in 60 days" tour to discuss Social Security with the nation.

Sen. John Kyl, R-Arizona, Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, and Rep. Jim Kolbe, R-Arizona, are expected to attend the event.

This is Bush's first visit to Tucson since he toured the fire damage to Mount Lemmon in August 2003.



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