WINDOW FOR BIPARTISAN COMPROMISE IN WASHINGTON NARROWS
Disputes in Congress and Expanding Investigations of Trump Imperil Hoped-For Deals on Infrastructure, Prescription-Drug Pricing
WASHINGTON—Intensifying partisan pressure in Congress is further clouding prospects for any major legislative compromises with the White House in the few months before the 2020 election cycle consumes Capitol Hill.
President Trump, Senate Republicans, and Democrats now in control of the House began the year with a short list of shared policy goals, including investing in infrastructure and lowering the cost of prescription drugs.
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