The White House held a two-day conference on Social Security reform last week, teeing it up as one of the top priorities for the new Congress when it convenes in January.

With bipartisan encouragement, the Clinton administration signaled that it would consider letting Social Security funds be invested in the stock market to prevent the government retirement program's looming financial crisis.

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