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The suggested changes in the social security plan would increase state regulation of benefits, establish standards that would grant wider and easier access to people with supplementary insurance and to foreign workers recently naturalized who otherwise would not qualify for social security benefits.


(A) establish standards that would grant wider and easier access to people with supplementary insurance and to foreign workers recently naturalized who
(B) to establish standards that would grant wider and easier access to people with supplementary insurance and to foreign workers who recently became naturalized that
(C) establishing standards that would grant wider and easier access to people with supplementary insurance and to foreign workers who are naturalized and
(D) for establishing standards that would grant wider and easier access for people with supplementary insurance and recently naturalized workers who are foreign and who
(E) for the establishment of standards that would guarantee wider access for people with supplementary insurance and workers who are recently naturalized
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C)...the participle phrase "establishing..." modifies the ic and "access to" is the right idiom...
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Got C as well.
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You guys are on fire!

OA is indeed C. Obviously no OE required.
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