Election Results Could Have Significant Aging Policy Implications
The results of this week's mid-term elections mean the next Congress will look quite different. When the 116th Congress convenes next year, Democrats will take control of the House of Representatives and Republicans will expand their majority in the Senate. Join n4a for a members-only webinar to learn how a split legislative branch could have significant implications for aging policy as advocates and stakeholders head into 2019.
When the 116th Congress convenes in January, aging and health care policy advocates will face new opportunities and challenges around federal budget and spending priorities, health care and long-term services and supports policy, along with renewed congressional oversight activities. Join the n4a policy team at 2:00 p.m. ET on Thursday, November 29 for a members-only webinar to discuss the forecast for future aging and health care policy initiatives and to review best-practices for engaging a new Congress in 2019.