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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.

Senators Lamar Alexander, Cruz Polling for Next Republican Agenda Item - June 4, 2018
Senator Elizabeth Warren to Deliver June 5 Address on Harms of Deregulation - June 4, 2018
U.S. Representative Brady Hopes to Have New Tax Bill by August - June 4, 2018
DOL Announces Theme for October National Disability Employment Awareness Month - June 4, 2018
FCC Disability Advisory Committee to Meet June 14 - June 4, 2018
CMS Home- and Community-Based Settings Rule: Nebraska State Transition Plan Now Available - June 4, 2018
Save the Date: ACL to Celebrate NIDILRR’s 40th Birthday on October 18, 2018 - June 4, 2018
President Signs Right to Try Bill - June 4, 2018
Lowe’s Phases Out Paint Strippers Known to Cause Developmental Disabilities, Credits Coalition Letter ANCOR Signed for Decision - June 4, 2018
ANCOR Sends Letter to CMS Requesting Immediate Attention to EVV Implementation - May 29, 2018
ICYMI - ANCOR Fuels Introduction of EVV Legislation - May 29, 2018
Unlike House, Senate Committee Agrees on 2019 Bipartisan Federal Spending Levels - May 29, 2018
U.S. Representative DeLauro Decries Flat Funding in House Labor-HHS Bill - May 29, 2018
Senate Committee Holds Hearing on Health Care Workforce Crisis, Which Has Several Parallels to I/DD Workforce Crisis - May 29, 2018
CBO Scores White House’s 2019 Budget Proposal, Finds Less Deficit Reduction than Projected - May 29, 2018
Senate Committee Advances Bill Funding Preparedness for Pandemics Such As Zika - May 29, 2018
House Passes Right to Try Bill, Clearing Final Hurdle Before the President’s Signature - May 29, 2018
Senate Might Have Shorter Summer Recess - May 29, 2018
White House Proposal to Reduce CHIP Funding Through Rescission Withstands GAO Scrutiny - May 29, 2018
National Labor Relations Board Considering Joint Employer Rule - May 29, 2018