Anyone who keeps up with the political news out of our nation's capital knows that there seems to be little chance of any significant legislation passing in the last two years of President Obama's term as president. The elections last November pushed the Republican Party into complete control of the United States Congress, and the conflicting ideologies between Congress and the President is leaving many people with little hope of seeing much accomplished in the near future.
However, despite this friction between the two political parties, there are many things that will need to be addressed in some form or another before too long. One is the funding issue for Social Security Disability. Any Social Security Income attorney would probably be able to tell our readers all about the significant problems this funding is facing, but, in short, there are some who are predicting that the fund will be depleted as soon as 2016.