One of the most-hyped Midterm elections in memory came to a close on Tuesday, and NAHU’s Marcy M. Buckner, John Greene and Chris Hartmann analyze the results and what they could mean for healthcare and NAHU’s issues. Marcy, John and Chris look at the outsized role that healthcare played this year, far outpacing the perennial top issue of the economy in voters’ preferences for candidates, and how it could have major consequences for the legislative agenda over the next two years. They look at how single-payer candidates fared and the prospects for that issue going forward, the key issues in the Lame Duck session, how NAHU’s legislative priorities could fare in the new Congress as we seek new champions on our issues, and how you can join us in our efforts through HUPAC and meeting with your legislators to help spread the message on the value of agents and brokers and the private health insurance market.
This episode is sponsored by Benezon.
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