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Expect today's news and updates to change by tomorrow! WICS 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.

Tax Reform Advances to Next Step in Senate, ANCOR Issues Tax Reform Principles - November 13, 2017
CMS Administrator Seema Verma Lays Out Vision and Historic Steps for Medicaid - November 13, 2017
CMS Seeks Information on I/DD Providers and the HCBS Settings Rule - November 13, 2017
House Passes Bill Overturning Joint-Employer Ruling - November 13, 2017
Catch Up On the CHIP Hearing - November 13, 2017
ANCOR Meets with CMS Administrator Verma on HCBS Settings Rule - November 6, 2017
Long Awaited Tax Reform Introduced in House - November 6, 2017
Senator Grassley Re-introduced Kevin and Avonte’s Law, Gives ANCOR Shout-Out on Senate Floor - November 6, 2017
House Passes CHIP Bill – Senate Likely to Delay Consideration - November 6, 2017
House Republicans Propose Paid Leave Plan - November 6, 2017
ANCOR Advocating for Money Follows the Person program - November 6, 2017
CMS to Hold Open Door Forum Call November 8 - November 6, 2017
Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation’s Public Policy Fellowship Application Process Now Open - November 6, 2017
Tax Reform Legislation Expected This Week – Medicaid May be Indirect Target - October 30, 2017
CMS Wants to Give States “An Unprecedented Level of Flexibility” - October 30, 2017
DOL to Appeal Court Decision Overturning Overtime Rule - October 30, 2017
UCP Issues Response to Pending Deportation of Child with Cerebral Palsy - October 30, 2017
Senator Flake Will Not Seek Re-election - October 30, 2017
DOL Announces Members of the President’s Task Force on Apprenticeship Expansion - October 30, 2017
Self-Advocate Testifies in Congress about Funding Down Syndrome Research - October 30, 2017

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