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Blue House, Red Senate: What Now For American Healthcare?
Forbes

Unlike the 2016 presidential election, which surprised pollsters, the 2018 midterms panned out as predicted: Republicans kept the Senate majority and Democrats wrested control of the House.

With these results, the partisan divide in Congress is widening before our eyes. This congressional split bodes poorly for the 71% of voters who labeled healthcare as “very important” in determining their vote.

After enduring months of healthcare policy ads, patients are eager to know which (if any) promises the 116th Congress will keep. And because many promises were made, I asked would-be voters to get specific about which healthcare issues matter most to them.

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