HONOLULU (AP) — There’s no rational basis for denying a disabled woman supplemental Social Security benefits because she lives on Guam, while allowing her twin sister in Pennsylvania who has the same genetic disease to receive the payments, a U.S. judge in Guam ruled. Katrina Schaller and her twin sister Leslie were born in 1970 […]
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