January 25, 2019

In This Issue
Fast Facts
House Introduces Legislation to Fully Repeal Cadillac Tax
Legislation Introduced to Extend HIT Moratorium for Additional Two Years
Coalition Opposing Single-Payer Launches Video Campaign
NAHU’s Healthcare Happy Hour: New Legislation for the New Congress
State Spotlight: California Governor Announces First Steps to Universal Healthcare
Register Now for the “Live from NAHU” Webinar on February 7
Payment Reform Adoption Now Available for Three States
Lobby for Repeal of the Cadillac Tax and HIT at this Year’s Capitol Conference
HUPAC Roundup: A Break in the Shutdown Showdown, for Now
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Lobby for Repeal of the Cadillac Tax and HIT at this Year’s Capitol Conference

With the introduction of bipartisan legislation to repeal the Cadillac Tax and HIT, the timing of this couldn’t be better to come to Washington, DC, and lobby with us as the newly divided Congress seeks bipartisan solutions to the nation’s healthcare challenges. We will also continue our efforts to stabilize the individual market and address ongoing issues with employer-sponsored coverage like employer reporting. If you want to be part of our efforts, then we urge you to register for NAHU's 29th Annual Capitol Conference, Today’s Reality, Tomorrow’s Opportunity, this February 25-27 in Washington, DC.

While you complete your Capitol Conference registration, we encourage you to register to attend the HUPAC/Vanguard Council Bowling Event on Sunday, February 24, from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m. at Lucky Strike. The 4th Annual Bowling Night requires a $50 contribution to HUPAC to attend, which will count toward your contribution level for the year. Attendance includes two drink tickets, appetizers and a game of bowling (including bowling shoes).

Additionally, you may also upgrade your conference registration to CapCon Plus for an additional $99, which provides access to audio recordings, synced to PowerPoint presentations of all breakout sessions and general sessions. Guests are invited to attend for a fee of $50, which includes two continental breakfasts and access to all general sessions. Please note that guests are not invited to breakout sessions or regional meetings and guests may not be NAHU members or health insurance industry professionals.
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