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Farragut Square Group Says Obama Reelection Signals Big Deals on Fiscal Cliff, Debt Reduction and Medicare/Medicaid Reform in Second Term
By: PR Newswire
Nov. 7, 2012 11:14 AM
FSG Forecasts Five Major Policy Breakthroughs Coming in the Next Obama Term.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "2012 was a 'status quo' election, but status quo does not mean stalemate for the president's second term. We expect a grand tax and budget deal in 2013 that includes major reforms to health care entitlements such as Medicare & Medicaid," said Brian Fortune, President of the Farragut Square Group, a national health policy research firm.
"President Obama's second term could look much like Presidents Reagan & Clinton's second terms where they faced a Congress controlled in part by the opposition party, but still managed to strike historic deals on tax reform and a balanced budget."
Farragut sees five possible major policy deals in the president's second term:
Farragut Square Group is a leading health policy research firm that serves many of the top investment funds in the U.S.
SOURCE Farragut Square Group
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