Summary: S.279 — 94th Congress (1975-1976)All Information (Except Text)

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Introduced in Senate (01/21/1975)

Provides, under title II of the Social Security Act (Old-Age, Survivors', and Disability Insurance) that an insured individual otherwise qualified may retire and receive full old-age insurance benefits at any time after attaining age 60, if he has been required by his employer (after having been employed by such employer for 5 or more years) to retire at such age in compliance with (1) an Executive order of the President; (2) a regulation or order issued by a Federal department or agency and published in the Federal Register; or (3) a Federal law. Prescribes special rules for determining eligibility for benefits in the case of dependents and survivors.