Democrats regained control of the House of Representatives in the midterms earlier this month. Their campaign messages focused heavily on healthcare for Americans.
Now that they’re in power, Republicans chances to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act are squashed.
Along with federal protection, Idaho, Nebraska, and Utah, voted to expand Medicaid in the most recent election.
Today on All Sides, where healthcare stands in American and what to expect in 2019.
- Alice Miranda Ollstein, healthcare reporter, POLITICO
- Kathleen Gmeiner, senior health policy associate, Voices for Ohio’s Children
- Rea S. Hederman Jr., Executive Director and Vice President of Policy of the Economic Research Center
- Arielle Kane, Director of Health Care at Progressive Policy Institute