Even before voters went to the polls, the chances the elections would produce a Republican-controlled Congress inspired optimism among Washington’s top lobbyists, who saw opportunities to negotiate tax, health care and budget policy issues.

Now, having won control of the Senate and cemented their hold on Congress, Republicans may resuscitate fiscal legislation while trying to curtail some of the Obama administration’s achievements, including the Affordable Care Act and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s enforcement.

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