Democrats Hope Bipartisanship Will Smooth Passage of Policy Agenda: Kiplinger Economic Forecasts

Senate Dems hope bipartisanship will prevail on some hot-button issues, like AI and lowering insulin costs.

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Lawmakers’ top priority remains keeping the federal government funded. But Senate Democrats are also hoping to fulfill more of their policy agenda, including at least two legislative proposals with potential bipartisan backing. (Excluding must-pass bills, such as the National Defense Authorization Act, which sets Dept. of Defense policy and spending levels for the coming year) 

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Sean Lengell
Associate Editor, The Kiplinger Letter

Sean Lengell covers Congress and government policy for The Kiplinger Letter. Before joining Kiplinger in January 2017 he served as a congressional reporter for eight years with the Washington Examiner and the Washington Times. He previously covered local news for the Tampa (Fla.) Tribune. A native of northern Illinois who spent much of his youth in St. Petersburg, Fla., he holds a bachelor's degree in English from Marquette University.