Here’s a look at the top-performing Medicare bills introduced since Jan. 1.
We searched Congress.gov for new Medicare bills, then ranked the bills based on co-sponsorship bipartisanship and numbers.
Some of these bills could pass on their own. Others could surface as provisions in much larger bills, such as a Ukraine aid bill or a COVID-19 pandemic response funding bill.
What It Means
These measures seem to have the legislative mojo to go places.
Each sponsor has managed to overcome the current hostility between Republicans and Democrats and persuade at least one member of the opposite party to sign on as a co-sponsor.
Author(s): Allison Bell
Publication Date: 28 April 2022
Publication Site: Think Advisor