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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.

ANCOR Supports Stop Taxing Death and Disability Act - February 17, 2017
DOJ Asks for Extension in Overtime Rule Case - February 17, 2017
Bazelon Releases Review of Gorsuch's Record on Disability Cases - February 17, 2017
Senate Finance Committee Holds Confirmation Hearing on CMS Administrator Nominee - February 17, 2017
Analysis Finds Capped Medicaid Payments Would Significantly Reduce Federal Spending - February 13, 2017
DeVos Narrowly Confirmed as Education Secretary - February 13, 2017
Opinion: Reimagining Long-Term Services and Supports - February 13, 2017
Kaiser Offers Primer on Reconciliation and the Repeal of the ACA - February 13, 2017
Price Confirmed as HHS Secretary, Focus Shifts to Verma - February 10, 2017
Ways and Means Floats Health Care "Backpack" Plan - February 6, 2017
Gorsuch Picked to Fill Supreme Court Vacancy - February 6, 2017
Trump Directs Agencies to Roll Back Two Regulations for Every One Issued - February 6, 2017
DD Awareness Month Resources - February 6, 2017
Lists of Trump's Executive Actions, Top Staff in the First Weeks - February 6, 2017
Republicans Target Regulations to Repeal - February 6, 2017
Ryan Conducts ACA Telephone Poll - February 6, 2017
GOP Leaders Set Goal to Overhaul ACA, Tax System within Six Months - January 30, 2017
Republican Lawmakers Float Replacement ACA Bill - January 30, 2017
CMS Webinar January 31 on ACO Model Request for Applications - January 30, 2017
Federal Agencies React to Administration's Communication Restrictions - January 30, 2017