May 26, 2017

In This Issue
CBO Releases Updated Score of AHCA – 51 Million to Be Uninsured, Government Savings of $119 Billion
Trump Administration Granted Additional 90-Day Extension in Cost-Sharing Lawsuit
Fiduciary Rule to Take Effect June 9
Operation Shout! NAHU Calls on Congress to Address Medicare’s “Two Midnight” Policy
White House Releases Budget Request with Drastic Cuts to Federal Health Spending
Legislation Introduced to Include Brokers as Stakeholders in Medicare Notices
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This Week’s Podcast Explores the CBO Score and What It Means for Health Reform
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This Week’s Podcast Explores the CBO Score and What It Means for Health Reform

Check out this week’s podcast where NAHU’s Vice President of Government Affairs Marcy M. Buckner and Vice President of Congressional Affairs John Greene help us break down exactly what the newly released budget score means for the future of the American Health Care Act. The two key numbers of the score—the uninsured rate and the cost to the federal government—were largely unchanged, but the details were heavily altered to reflect the new state flexibility added to the bill since it was last reviewed. As the bill now heads to the Senate for consideration, Marcy and John discuss what these details could mean for healthcare consumers and agents and brokers who may be helping them understand another new world of health reform. To listen to the podcast, click here.

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