Posts tagged Medicare
2018 Election Analysis: Priority Issues for a Democratically Controlled House

While the Election Day dust is still settling, it is now certain that Democrats will control the House in the 116th Congress. At this point, it is also clear the House of Representatives will be younger, more female, and more racially diverse. We were up most of the night, not only watching the returns come in, but also thinking about how race outcomes will impact policy priorities in a Democratically controlled House, as this is a significant change from this Congress.

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2018 Legislative and Regulatory Outlook

With the November elections in mind, Congress and the Administration must quickly get to work addressing the growing list of policies needing their attention, as Washington asks: how many more times can we kick the can down the road? We’re running out of roads.

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Expiring Provisions and Deadlines Loom

With many expiring provisions and other paramount issues facing looming deadlines of one kind or another, a running list keeps track of the crowded legislative calendar.

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Is Majority Leader McConnell Tom Brady?

The past couple of days have been interesting for healthcare, in part because they set a different stage for other upcoming legislative efforts.

The recent healthcare developments set up a Hail Mary for Senator McConnell to get something done, but Super Bowls have been won on those passes. Is Senator McConnell Tom Brady?

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