Somewhere in the middle of the pandemic, the United States had a presidential election, swore in a new president and had a shift in the politics of Congress. Now that a COVID-19 vaccine has been developed and life is returning to normal, Congress is back to work and introducing bills that may have a significant effect on seniors and their families. Given the current ability to pass legislation during the reconciliation process, it’s wise to remain diligent about what may be coming.
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