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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.

A Stitch in Time… ANCOR Meets Regulatory Staff as Trump Administration’s DOL Overtime Proposed Rule Becomes Imminent - March 4, 2019
Mark Your Calendars! On March 6, Act in Support of Bill to Renew MFP for 5 Years - March 4, 2019
House Hearing on Workplace Violence Legislation Mandates Prevention by Social and Health Service Providers - March 4, 2019
ANCOR and National Disability Organizations Request Congressional Action on Restraints / Seclusion in Schools - March 4, 2019
Senator Grassley Investigates Nursing Home Safety After Woman with I/DD in Coma Gives Birth - March 4, 2019
Congress Trying to Redress Challenges to Non-Profits Because of UBTI/UBIT – Second Bill Introduced - March 4, 2019
Senate Considers Extending Tax Breaks – Some Provisions Relevant to People with I/DD - March 4, 2019
ANCOR and Broad Coalition Ask Congress to Rev Up on Self-Driving Vehicles - March 4, 2019
Senate Floor Vote for Department of Labor Nominees Facing Obstacles - March 4, 2019
ANCOR Requests CMS Accommodate ICF/IDD Difficulties with Life Safety Code Regulations - March 4, 2019
DOL Proposal to Define Joint Employment Goes to White House for Review – Stay tuned - March 4, 2019
ACL Seeks Nominations for Panel on Person-Centered Planning - March 4, 2019
RESOURCES: New Government Data, Guidelines and FAQs on Disability Employment, Safety Net Enrollment and MLTSS - March 4, 2019
Medicaid Much More Financially Efficient Than Estimated by CBO; Quality of Outcomes Maintained - March 4, 2019
President Trump Again Proposes 5 Percent Across the Board Budget Cuts – But How Is the New Congress Responding? - March 4, 2019
Mark Your Calendars: March 13 Virtual Employment Fair for People with Disabilities - March 4, 2019
Crisis in Rural Care Availability Inspires Recommendations from Former Senator Daschle, Including Expanding Telemedicine - March 4, 2019
Congress Introduces Bill to Renew Funding for Autism Research - February 25, 2019
Democratic Leaders Overseeing Medicaid Demand Administration Stop Allowing Work Requirements - February 25, 2019
House to Hold Hearing on Workplace Violence Rules for Health Care / Social Service Employers - February 25, 2019

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