What Democratic Control of Government Means for Health Care Policy

Following the two U.S. Senate runoff races in Georgia on Jan. 5, the chamber is split 50/50 between Democrats and Republicans, but with Democrats in control (and with an effective majority) since incoming Vice President Kamala Harris, as Senate president, can break tie votes. In the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrats also have a five-seat majority.

SHRM Online has gathered the following articles that look at how U.S. health care policy may be altered with Democratic President-elect Joe Biden in the White House and Democrats controlling Congress.

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