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Fixing the health care worker shortage may be something Congress can agree on

Senators from both parties are addressing the growing shortage of healthcare workers in the United States as a bipartisan issue, recognizing the urgent need for solutions. Led by Sen. Bernie Sanders, the Senate's top health committee is focusing on legislation to address the shortage, which has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite ideological differences, lawmakers agree on the severity of the problem and the necessity of action. Strategies discussed include funding for educational programs, incentives for healthcare professionals, and addressing regulatory barriers. Sanders' efforts to engage with members from both parties have been instrumental in fostering bipartisan cooperation on this issue. Click here for article.

  • Bipartisan efforts in the Senate aim to address the growing shortage of healthcare workers in the U.S.

  • Sen. Bernie Sanders leads the Senate's top health committee in tackling the issue through legislation.

  • Lawmakers recognize the urgent need for solutions, particularly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Proposed strategies include funding for educational programs, incentives for healthcare professionals, and addressing regulatory barriers.

  • Sanders' outreach to members from both parties has facilitated bipartisan cooperation on this critical issue.

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