Social Security may be keeping up with inflation, but it isn’t staying even with their living expenses, some senior citizens said Monday at the Roseburg Senior Center. Bingo was the main afternoon attraction at the center, while health insurance, gas and food were primary topics when it came to discussing whether Social Security adjustments truly reflect increases in the cost of living. “The cost of groceries is atrocious and gas, oh my. You can’t afford to go anywhere hardly,” said Claudia Jensen, 74. Social Security recipients will receive a 1.7 percent increase in their checks in December, the sixth-smallest cost …
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