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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Alison Fraser
Debt subject to the legal limit — which includes money owed to federal trust funds such as Social Security's — will swell by $9 trillion, reaching $25 trillion after a decade, notes budget analyst Alison Fraser.
"His signature solution of a premium-support model for Medicare is the hallmark of his budget," writes the Heritage Foundation's Alison Fraser. "Moving to a patient-centered model would free retirees from relying on the unstable and unsustainable government-run Medicare program and restrain costs through competition rather than price-fixing."