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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.

Forbes Weighs in On Trump Administration Plan to Monitor Disability Social Media - April 15, 2019
Aligning on LTSS: Senate Medicare for All Bill Now Incorporates LTSS Language Seen in House - April 15, 2019
Open for Review and Comment: Roster of Stakeholder Panel on Quality Measures, Person-Centered Planning - April 15, 2019
Congressional Committees Scrutinizing DOJ’s Refusal to Defend ACA (Includes Pre-Existing Conditions) - April 15, 2019
DOL Joint Employer Rule Now Open for Comment, ANCOR Learns About Additional Limitations - April 15, 2019
Federal Agency Doors Spinning: Staff Changes at DOL, HHS - April 15, 2019
Don’t Miss These Resources! Updated Statistics on HCBS Enrollment, Health Care Workforce and Health Spending; CMS Webinar - April 15, 2019
Two Departments, One IDEA: DOE and DOI Look at People with Disabilities’ Education Access - April 15, 2019
Flash Frozen: White House Reduces Regulators’ Control Across All Agencies - April 15, 2019
Fair Scheduling Campaigns on the Rise; Without Additional Funding This Could Affect Disability Supports - April 15, 2019
Hurricane Michael Exacerbates Housing Shortage for People with Disabilities in Florida - April 15, 2019
Prominent Disability Advocate Brings Attention to DSP Workforce Crisis - April 15, 2019
Business Acumen Update: Learning Collaboratives Convene in San Diego! - April 8, 2019
Bill Boosting MFP by $20M Heads to President’s Desk After Senate Passage - April 8, 2019
Two Senators Ask Administration to Remove Disability Cuts in Proposed Fed Budget - April 8, 2019
Senate Questions HHS Secretary Over Budget Priorities – Timely Given Alaska’s Interest in Medicaid Block Grants - April 8, 2019
House Holds Series of Hearings on Improving Social Security – Next One April 10 - April 8, 2019
DOL Holding Listening Sessions on 14(c) - April 8, 2019
DOL Issues Joint Employer Rule, But There’s a Big Caveat - April 8, 2019
MACPAC April 11 Meeting to Discuss Program Integrity, Medicaid Interoperability, and Other Key Issues - April 8, 2019

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