2018 midterm elections: Policy implications for the 116th Congress

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The dust has settled. In the next Congress beginning early 2019, Democrats will take control of the House, and Republicans have expanded their majority in the Senate. The split government undoubtedly will make many initiatives challenging, but the altered political landscape necessitates new strategies. What will this mean for the federal government, and the country as a whole over the next two years? Will Congress be in complete stalemate, or is it possible we could see bipartisan cooperation between the White House and Congress? Will Congress impose limits on President Trump’s executive authority? What can we expect to result from the oversight power of a Democratic-led House of Representatives?

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