With Republicans declaring victory in the end of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, Democrats in Congress are taking more of a long-term view with an eye toward the 2020 election.

Mueller’s conclusion that there was not sufficient evidence of the Trump campaign coordinating with Russia seems to have staved off talk of impeachment among Democratic leaders, who were wary of the idea in the first place.

But they aren’t giving up either. Instead, Democrats appear to be developing a three-pronged strategy: Push Attorney General Bill Barr for the release of the full report, continue investigating other Trump controversies and keep talking about their legislative agenda.

At a Democratic caucus meeting on Tuesday, Speaker Nancy Pelosi referred to the completion of the Mueller report — but only after stressing the need for the party to continue focusing on issues like lowering healthcare costs.