Monthly Archives: June 2012

Infrastructure Alert – June 28, 2012

Last night the members of the Congressional Transportation Conference Committee agreed on a bicameral long term transportation reauthorization bill.  House GOP leaders now have until Saturday at midnight to approve the bill prior to the expiration of the current financing

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Supreme Court Immigration Ruling — 3 Point Bulletin

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Posted in Articles, Washington, D.C.

Health Care Reform Implementation Update June 22, 2012

While business and government leaders awaited the Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable Care Act, major Act implementation developments occurred around the country, including Rhode Island’s decision to proceed with health insurance standards, New Hampshire’s decision to block the implementation

Posted in Articles, Health Care Reform Implementation Updates, Washington, D.C.

Health Care Reform Implementation Update June 7, 2012

While the Supreme Court makes its decision on the Affordable Care Act, lawmakers in Washington, D.C., are driving forward repeal-oriented legislation and simultaneously talking about reinstating elements of the Act should the whole thing be struck down, while HHS, CMS,

Posted in Articles, Health Care Reform Implementation Updates, Washington, D.C.
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