In the midst of a tumultuous Washington, health care policy is likely to take a back seat during the 2020 election season, according to a MM&M report.
Impeachment hearings are likely to retain the spotlight going into the election, per the report.
“It’s clearly going to suck the oxygen out of anything,” Center for Medicine in the Public Interest President and Cofounder Peter Pitts tells MM&M. “Even if there was no impeachment, you have the House controlled by one party and the Senate controlled by the other. The likelihood of passing meaningful legislation, even in the absence of impeachment trials, is practically nil during the political season.”
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