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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.

Tell Congress That Cuts to Medicaid Are Not Okay - November 16, 2011
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Accepting Nominations for Community Health Leaders Award Program - November 13, 2011
Call for Nominations: 2011 Moving Mountains Awards - November 13, 2011
ANCOR Helps Coordinate Medicaid Ads in Newspapers - November 4, 2011
Contact Congress to Oppose Repeal of CLASS Program - November 4, 2011
Limited Progress by Super Committee on Dueling Entitlement and Tax Proposals - November 4, 2011
CMS Chart of State Section 1115 Comprehensive Waiver Requests - October 27, 2011
Kaiser Releases Reports on Managed Care for Long-Term Services and Supports - October 26, 2011
CMS Issues Final ACO Rule to Increase Provider Participation - October 21, 2011
NLRA Posting Notice Requirement Delayed - October 21, 2011
SSI Beneficiaries to Receive Cost-of-Living Increase - October 19, 2011
CMS Releases Guide to Help States With Balancing Incentive Program - October 19, 2011
HHS Suspends Implementation of CLASS Act; Obama Opposes Repeal - October 17, 2011
States Submit Letter of Interest on Dual Eligibles to CMS - October 13, 2011
Kaiser Releases Report on Expanding Medicaid HCBS - October 13, 2011
ANCOR Announces Webinar on CMS Informational Bulletin - October 7, 2011
Tell Congress How Medicaid Values People - October 3, 2011
Supreme Court Begins Term with Case on Provider Cuts - October 3, 2011
Families USA Releases Medicaid Study - September 28, 2011
Medicaid Directors Ask To Shift Beneficiaries to Managed Care - September 26, 2011