The Democrats took back the House in the midterms and the discussion will now pick up on what the shift in power could mean for the country's agenda.
There is a sense that we could see some collaboration on issues common to both parties such as healthcare, immigration, and infrastructure.
Do you remember when, during the presidential election campaign, Donald Trump talked up a massive infrastructure revolution that would eclipse $1.0 trillion?
The point is, both parties want to see the country's crumbling infrastructure rebuilt. This includes roads, bridges, airports, rails, buildings, and other projects.
But while we.
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