When does it end? When is it finally over?
Health care is one of those areas where the outcome can change quickly.
With a long list of high-profile deaths, including former president Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary Clinton, health care is still a hot-button issue.
The latest: Bill Clinton is set to receive a diagnosis of pneumonia.
His office released a statement saying the former president is recovering.
“He has been in excellent physical condition and is feeling well,” said his spokesperson, Jen Psaki.
Clinton was at a fundraiser with friends on Thursday night in Washington.
He was not feeling well on Friday.
His illness was discovered after a night of partying with friends and family, according to his office.
Hillary Clinton, who has struggled with a mild case of pneumonia, had pneumonia symptoms but did not disclose it publicly.
She was diagnosed with pneumonia after attending a fundraiser at the home of her friend, the late New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Her aides initially blamed the former first lady’s pneumonia on an allergy, but later confirmed that she had been treated with a flu shot and taken off the flu vaccine.
Bill, a former president who served in both the Senate and the House, was in his second term and had taken the health care debate into his own hands.
Democrats have called for the Democratic nomination to replace him in 2020.