As Congress is controlled by Republicans, public policies in a multitude of sectors are up for realignment or total restructuring.

What we’re experiencing now in Washington, D.C., doesn’t happen often. Seldom does the arrival of a new Congress and Administration raise the prospect of widespread, broad and rapid changes in public policy. As President Trump gets accustomed to his new digs at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., and the Republican majority in Congress prepares its proposals, a real chance exists for significant change.

This kind of singular political alignment, where one party controls both the executive and legislative branches of government, occurs infrequently in modern times and is usually short-lived. Still, we are in for some significant changes. Let’s look at a few that touch on insurance.

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