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January 8, 2013

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Lucky Number 113?
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and PPACA Opponent, Governor Rick Scott, Talk Reform
Capitol Conference Early Bird Registration Ends Wednesday, January 9!
Compliance Corner Update
This Week in Washington
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Lucky Number 113?
To some of us, the number 13 is considered to be the unluckiest of numbers, but for our sake and the sake of the new Congress, we hope that this is not the case. Last Thursday, January 3, the 113th Congress was sworn into office. After a seemingly never ending election cycle and gripping lame duck session, the members of the 113th Congress certainly have their work cut out for them... Read More
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and PPACA Opponent, Governor Rick Scott, Talk Reform
Yesterday, Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius sat down with Florida Governor Rick Scott to discuss PPACA. Scott, a known opponent of PPACA who has previously stated that he would not lift a finger to cooperate with the health reform law, has not changed his opinions since his meeting with Secretary Sebelius. There has, however, been some post-meeting speculation that Florida may agree to implement some aspects of the health reform law... Read More
Capitol Conference Early Bird Registration Ends Wednesday, January 9!
Capitol Conference is just around the corner! Register today to enjoy our early bird registration rate before it increases on Thursday. Also, click here to view the updated agenda, which includes our scheduled speakers and breakout session topics... Read More
Compliance Corner Update

NAHU is constantly updating it’s PPACA compliance resources for members! Just this week, we released a new overview of the law’s W-2 reporting requirements and opened up registration for our PPACA Certification course, which includes online instruction in 10 one-hour webinar modules, a final exam and CE...
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This Week in Washington

Things in Washington have been quiet following last week’s swearing-in festivities. Many of us still have our heads buried deep in stacks of regulations, while members of the 113th Congress left Washington DC for a final break before their session begins on January 14... Read More

What We're Reading

A few quick reads for our favorite people... Read More

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