January 26, 2018




In This Issue
Fast Facts
President Trump Signs into Law Delay of Cadillac and Health Insurance Taxes
Senate Confirms Alex Azar as HHS Secretary
Compliance Cornered: Cautions and Caveats Regarding Health Care Sharing Ministries
Washington Update Podcast: NAHU Wins another Battle in the War for Cadillac Tax and HIT Repeal
Register Now for the “Live from NAHU” Webinar on February 8 with NAHU CEO Janet Trautwein
Lobby with Us for Full Repeal of the Cadillac Tax and HIT at this Year’s Capitol Conference
NAHU Education Foundation’s Second Annual Operation Engage
HUPAC Roundup
What We're Reading
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Washington Update Podcast: NAHU Wins another Battle in the War for Cadillac Tax and HIT Repeal

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On this week’s installment of the Washington Update Podcast, NAHU’s Vice President of Government Affairs Marcy M. Buckner and Vice President of Congressional Affairs Chris Hartmann walk us through the legislation enacted this week to delay several ACA taxes. NAHU secured a victory in the legislation that delays the Cadillac/Excise Tax through 2022 and a suspension of the Health Insurance Tax in 2019, along with the two-year delay of the medical device tax. Marcy and Chris walk us through how NAHU was able to get the support of lawmakers for this to happen and what we are doing to push for the permanent repeal legislation, currently pending in both chambers. To listen to the podcast, click here.

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