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AALJ President Testifies Before Congress on the SSDI Adjudicatory Process

In testimony before the House Social Security Subcommittee regarding the long standing inefficiencies of the SSDI adjudicatory process, which has led to a 1 million-plus case backlog, Judge Marilyn Zahm, President of the Association of Administrative Law Judges/IFPTE Judicial Council 1 (AALJ/JC1), informs lawmakers that AALJ represented judges at the Social Security Administration (SSA), “see the toll that waiting up to two years for a hearing and a decision takes on those who appear before us.”

Read Judge Zahm’s full testimony below, and view the hearing here.

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Judge Marilyn Zahm's Testimony regarding the SSDI Adjudicatory Process

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