The Role of Political Party in Health Policy Public Deposited

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  • The role of political parties within legislation has been greatly debated over the decades. As health care continues to be an issue of concerns and contention, the question of how politics affects this industry is of importance. Utilizing Congressional records and websites to determine roll call and voice voting within both chambers of Congress, allowed for the analysis of voting patterns and trends. The data demonstrated that control of both the Legislative and Executive branch were ultimately not needed for passage of health policy and that there is no strong definitive split among the parties toward specific policy subjects within health care. Both parties have made significant contributions, and historically have overwhelmingly worked together to pass health related policy.
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