Freshman Members Of Congress Told Us What They Want To Accomplish

With a Republican-controlled Senate and Trump in the White House, it’s realistically unlikely for many of these bills to become law. But this is a chance for Democrats to flex their legislative muscle, make their priorities clear, and show that they’re not here to play ahead of 2020. Plus, there are at least a couple of areas where the two major parties agree: improving infrastructure and lowering prescription-drug prices. Whether they’ll agree on how to get these things done remains to be seen.