There were many retiring senators who wanted the bill passed to cement their legacy and to secure favored measures. Richard Burr, North Carolina’s ranking senator on the Senate Health, Education Labor and Pensions Committee, Roy Blunt, Missouri, a Republican ranking member on Senate Appropriations Health subcommittee, and Richard Shelby, Alabama, vice-chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee were among the departing senior Republicans. For the…


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