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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.

Gorsuch Sworn in as Supreme Court Justice after Senate Deploys "Nuclear" Rules Change - April 10, 2017
ABLE 2.0 Bills Introduced - April 10, 2017
Senator Wyden Decries Lack of Response to Verma Ethics Inquiry - April 10, 2017
Liberals Start Working the Long Game Towards Single Payer Health Care - April 10, 2017
CCD Responds to Article on Americans on Disability - April 10, 2017
ANCOR Signs Onto Letter Supporting Habilitation Access - April 10, 2017
OIG Sends Message Cautioning Administration Against Undermining ACA - April 10, 2017
Kaiser Brief Examines Medicaid Work Requirements - April 10, 2017
Future of Health Care Reform Remains Unclear - April 3, 2017
AFL-CIO Vows to Fight Against Rollback of Overtime Exemption Rule - April 3, 2017
Medicaid Reform Proposals Include Cost Sharing, Work Requirements - April 3, 2017
PACE RFI Comments Available on CMS Website - April 3, 2017
AARP Report Highlights State No Wrong Door Systems and Person-Centered Practices in LTSS - April 3, 2017
Post-AHCA Policy Updates - March 31, 2017
ACA Remains Law for "Foreseeable Future" as Repeal Efforts Implode - March 27, 2017
President's Budget Proposes Deep Cuts to Agencies, Increased Defense Spending - March 27, 2017
Senate Confirmation Hearings Held for Supreme Court Nominee Gorsuch - March 27, 2017
DOL Secretary Nominee Acosta Answers Questions in Confirmation Hearing - March 27, 2017
Webinar April 5: What is ACL's Interest in HCBS Quality? - March 27, 2017
ESSA Accountability Regulations Set to be Rolled Back - March 27, 2017