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Dems’ bitter pill: Popular health provisions won’t kick in until after the midterms

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Democrats are close to making good on long-held promises to lower prescription drug costs and make health care more affordable. The rub? Voters won’t feel much of it until after the 2022 elections. The party is increasingly banking its midterm prospects on passage of the president’s domestic agenda in the coming weeks, convinced that it can help counteract concerns of inflation and inaction in D.C. House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn told POLITICO that the party’s physical infrastructure bill that Congress recently sent to Biden’s desk isn’t enough and pointed to…

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