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Retirement security was not a priority for the 2015 Congress, according to a new voting scorecard released by the Alliance for Retired Americans.

The group, a national organization that advocates for the “rights and well-being of … retirees and their families,” released its scorecard at a Las Vegas meeting focusing on organizing and advocacy skills. It gave freshman Republican senators a failing grade, with nine out of 12 scoring zero for their votes on the 10 issues examined for the scorecard. The other three got a 10 percent ranking.

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