Employee and annuitant organizations, such as the National Association of Retired Federal Employees, have managed to gain record numbers of supporters for proposals to ease two provisions reducing Social Security benefits for those with substantial annuities from work not covered by Social Security, such as CSRS time. Those are the windfall elimination provision, which reduces a person’s own earned Social Security benefit and the government pension offset, which reduces or even eliminates a spousal Social Security benefit. As with the TSP investment bill, though, the cost of such changes is working against the sponsors and the best chance for passage would be as part of a broader reform bill.