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Entitlements—Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid—threaten to bankrupt America. Exploding entitlement spending is crowding out other budget priorities and threatening to shackle current and future generations with crippling debt or heavy taxes. Congress should reform these programs to make them more effective, affordable, and fiscally sustainable.
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