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ANCOR Capitol Correspondence

Expect today's news and updates to change by tomorrow! ANCOR Capitol Correspondence is an electronic bulletin providing the latest information on what is happening on Capitol Hill as well as in and around the Federal Government on major legislative and regulatory issues concerning people with disabilities and the private providers who serve them. ANCOR's Government Relations staff provides at least one bulletin each week when Congress is in session.

I/DD Scorecard Receives National Media Coverage with ANCOR / UCP Case for Inclusion Launch - January 14, 2019
House Votes to Fund Safety Net and I/DD Programs, Pressuring Senate to End Shutdown - January 14, 2019
Congressional GOP Exploring New Messaging on Healthcare - January 14, 2019
Members of Congress Seek More Information on CMS’ Proposed Innovations - January 14, 2019
House Votes to Require IRS to Issue Guidance on Permitted Political Activities for Non-Profits - January 14, 2019
Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities in Congress - January 14, 2019
Administration Considering Bypassing Congress for Medicaid Block Grants - January 14, 2019
White House to Review New DOL Overtime Rule Proposal Before Publishing - January 14, 2019
CMS and ACL Announce New Initiative on Person-Centeredness - January 14, 2019
Resource: Kaiser Family Foundation Summarizes Proposed Changes to Managed Care Rule - January 14, 2019
CMS Issues Guidance on Dual Eligible Access to Equipment and Supplies - January 14, 2019
Nomination for Top Strategic HHS Position Expires - January 14, 2019
Health Insurers Seek Role in CMS Pilot Paying for Housing, Other Social Determinants of Health - January 14, 2019
As States Prepare 2020 Census Planning Committees, Possible Opportunities for Providers to Perform Important Outreach - January 14, 2019
ANCOR To Launch National State Scorecard on I/DD in Conjunction with UCP - January 7, 2019
Important Policies in Limbo as New Congress Swears-In During Partial Federal Shut Down - January 7, 2019
New Congress – What Do You Need to Know Now That It Has Started? - January 7, 2019
House Celebrates Inclusivity with U.S. Representative Langevin Presiding Over First Session - January 7, 2019
Congress Passed Criminal Justice Reform Bill; Some Provisions May Benefit People with Disabilities - January 7, 2019
House Rectifies Omission of References to Disability Grants in Appropriations Package - January 7, 2019

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