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Senate panel approves former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley to lead Social Security Administration

  • Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is one step closer to becoming the next Social Security commissioner, with the U.S. Senate Finance Committee voting 17-10 to send his nomination to the floor.
  • O’Malley's nomination received support from Senators of both parties, including Democratic members and Republican Sens. Bill Cassidy, Chuck Grassley, and Thom Tillis.
  • The confirmation of Martin O’Malley as the next Social Security commissioner remains uncertain, as the full Senate has yet to vote on his nomination.
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