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On Tuesday, the power structure in Washington shifted. In the Senate, Republicans will maintain control and will gain seats; in the House, Democrats will have a thin majority in the 116th Congress. We are pleased to report that the bipartisan Members of Congress supportive of our policy priorities either were not up for re-election or maintained their seats. We congratulate them on their victories.
Going into the next Congress, health care will likely be a central focus particularly given that it ranked the highest priority for voters in the election. C-TAC will be working closely with a bipartisan group of congressional members to ensure that our priorities – payment for advanced illness care services, workforce development, public engagement, and more – are a key component of these health care legislative efforts.
Learn more about the midterm elections and their implications for the advanced care movement during a webinar with C-TAC Senior Policy Advisor Andrew MacPherson and Senior Regulatory Advisor Marian Grant at 12 PM ET on Monday, Nov. 19.
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