Although all's been quiet on the Social Security front lately, the G.O.P. might be planning to push forward reform that would likely include President Bush's controversial private accounts, according to the National Post in Washington.

Bush's wants to reroute 4% of a worker's payroll tax into private accounts made up of stocks, bonds and mutual funds. It's been roundly criticized by Democrats and by all estimations is the single greatest reason the president's reform plan has stalled, experts say. The money management industry hasn't entered the debate.

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