Midterm Elections Are Over — Now what?
The vital issues you need to know how to navigate now that elections are over.
The U.S. midterm elections have produced a return to divided government in Washington, with Democrats to be in control of the U.S. House of Representatives while Republicans maintain control of the U.S. Senate.
This will result in the need for both parties to cooperate across a broad set of legislative initiatives over the next two years.
Weber Shandwick’s Washington office, in partnership with National Journal, has prepared a set of eight issue briefs, each one focused on a major policy area where Congress and the Trump administration may engage next year. For each, we explore the key policy issues and identify the most influential leaders to watch.
Please see below to see what’s in play in agriculture, defense, energy, finance, health care, tax reform, technology and international trade.
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Edited by Lexi Mondot and Helen McCarthy