Monthly Archives: July 2014

Infrastructure Alert – July 29, 2014

The Senate begins debate today on a bill to prevent the insolvency of the Highway Trust Fund. The bill, already passed by the House and supported by the White House, provides the best chance for Congress to prevent the projected

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Health Care Reform Implementation Update – July 28, 2014

Last week, two courts issued contradictory rulings on the authority of the federal government to provide subsidies in states using the federal exchange. The House held hearings regarding the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) effects on Medicare Advantage plans, a Government

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Health Care Reform Implementation Update – July 21, 2014

Last week the Senate debated a bill to reverse the Supreme Court’s contraception mandate decision, a group of House Republicans introduced a bill to replace Affordable Care Act (ACA) cuts to the Medicare home health benefit with a measure that

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Health Care Reform Implementation Update – July 10, 2014

On June 30, in one of the most highly anticipated cases affecting the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the Supreme Court ruled that closely held companies could assert a “religious objection” to the ACA contraceptive coverage mandate. Members on the Hill reacted both positively

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Infrastructure Alert – July 9, 2014

President Obama and Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx have been urging Congress to fix the Highway Trust Fund before a projected funding depletion at the end of August. On July 1, Secretary Foxx sent letters to states informing their highway and transit agencies

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