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With Democrats winning both Georgia runoff elections, the Biden Administration could make substantial changes to healthcare

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In spite of a chaotic Wednesday in D.C. that observed Trump backers storming the Capitol setting up and threatening to overturn the benefits of the presidential election, there will, certainly, be a transfer of ability on January twenty. And as part of that transfer of ability, two new senators from the point out of Georgia will just take their oaths – the two of them Democrats. 

Equally Democrats competing in the state’s runoff elections have received their races, this means there will be a fifty/fifty break up in the Senate involving that celebration and the GOP, since Vice President Kamala Harris will be the tie-breaking vote. It would make it substantially more likely that President Joe Biden will be ready to enact chunks of his agenda. That has implications for the healthcare business.

For the entirety of his campaign, the former vice president has eschewed

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