Congressional Republicans, who were bracing for major losses on Election Day, are now drafting an ambitious agenda. With Donald Trump's shocking presidential victory and the GOP keeping control of the Senate and a comfortable majority in the House, the party is well-positioned to play offense in 2017. Republican lawmakers on Nov. 9 were already talking about reaching out to Democrats to put together a package to repeal key parts of the 2010 Affordable Care Act and replace it with other reforms. Also on deck is an overhaul of the nation's tax code that would close loopholes and cut rates and a major deregulatory push.
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