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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.

NASDDDS Issues Position Calling to Repeal Section 14(c) - August 3, 2021
ANCOR Submits Letter to Congress Supporting Full Funding for the BCBJ Act - July 27, 2021
CMS Issued Bulletin on Vacated DHS 2019 Public Charge Final Rule - July 27, 2021
DOL Proposes Rule to Increase the Minimum Wage for Federal Contractors - July 27, 2021
CMS Proposes Rule to Increase Access and Hospital Price Transparency - July 27, 2021
7/28 Grassroots Webinar on the BCBJ Act - July 27, 2021
Jonathan Gruber Releases Impact Analysis of BCBJA on Home Care and Jobs - July 27, 2021
NLIHC Releases New Report: “The Road Ahead for Low-Income Renters” - July 27, 2021
CMCS Hosts Training on Impact to DSP Workforce - July 27, 2021
New York, Vermont and Virginia Providers: Do Not Miss Our Targeted Action Alert! - July 19, 2021
Senate Democrats Announce Overall Cap for Reconciliation - July 19, 2021
ANCOR Submits Comments to CMS on ICF Interim Vaccine Reporting Rule - July 19, 2021
Nominations Open: FCC Communications and Equity Council - July 19, 2021
Big Picture Analysis: What Should Be Included in Overtime Calculations - July 19, 2021
ICYMI: New Report on Disability Access Barriers to Technology - July 19, 2021
Big Picture: Counties Use COVID-19 Funding to Remedy Broadband Disparities - July 19, 2021
Federal Court Strikes Down FDA Regulation Banning Use of Electric Shock Devices - July 13, 2021
Congressional Democrats Continue Two-Track Approach to Infrastructure - July 13, 2021
Congress Relaxes Physical Security Measures but Not Visitor Protocols - July 13, 2021
CMS Releases Information Bulletin on Non-emergency Medical Transport - July 13, 2021

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