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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.

Last-Minute Changes Sink Autism Wandering Bill - January 8, 2017
Senator Casey Introduces RISE Act - January 8, 2017
Congress Passes 11th Hour Continuing Resolution to Avert Government Shutdown - December 11, 2016
Autism Wandering Bill Passes House - December 9, 2016
Oregon Launches ABLE Program - December 9, 2016
National Organizations Form "Protect Our Care" Coalition to Fight ACA Repeal - December 9, 2016
PCPID Commits To Prioritizing Workforce After Testimony From ANCOR - December 9, 2016
DOL Granted Expedited Appeal in Overtime Rule Case - December 8, 2016
21st Century Cures Act Passes Senate - December 8, 2016
Current CMS Administrator Urges Caution on Healthcare Reform - December 8, 2016
Feedback Requested from Voters with Disabilities - December 8, 2016
DOL Appeals Injunction on Overtime Rule - December 5, 2016
House Passes 21st Century Cures Bill, Senate Set to Vote this Week - December 5, 2016
Trump Selects Price, Verma to Lead HHS and CMS - December 5, 2016
Autism Wandering Bill Hits Setback - December 5, 2016
Republican Senator Urges Obama Administration to Halt Implementation of Key Rules - December 5, 2016
ANCOR Signs on to Letter Opposing ADA Education and Reform Act - December 5, 2016
Kaiser Releases Medicaid Fact Sheet Examining Changes Likely to Come with New Administration - December 5, 2016
CMCS Issues Informational Bulletin on Medicaid Coverage Demonstration for Former Foster Care Youths - December 5, 2016
CMS Issues Final Rule on Medicaid and CHIP Eligibility Appeals - December 5, 2016