October 1, 2021

In This Issue
Fast Facts
Federal Agencies Release Second Installment of Surprise-Billing Regulations
Democratic Infighting Delays Reconciliation Process
Urge Your Members of Congress to Support the Commonsense Reporting Act
Plan-Year 2022 Marketplace Registration and Training for New Agents and Brokers
Please Submit Any Follow-Up Info from Your In-District Meetings
State Spotlight: Four States Chosen for New CMS Innovation Model Aimed at Rural Healthcare
Healthcare Happy Hour: Employer Reporting Bill Introduced as Democrats Continue Reconciliation Debate
HUPAC Roundup: Virginia Elections Slowly Drift Toward a Toss-up
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Please Submit Any Follow-Up Info from Your In-District Meetings

Hopefully you had a chance to get on the calendars of your representative and senators to talk with them about our legislative priorities. NAHU's talking points for this summer include disclosure requirements for employer sponsored plans including broker disclosure, COBRA as credible coverage for Medicare beneficiaries, the dangers of a public option and Medicare for All, and market stabilizers to improve the individual and employer markets.

While NAHU lobbies on behalf of agents and brokers on a daily basis, often the most important conversations come directly from constituents talking about what is happening to their friends, family, clients and coworkers on a daily basis. And unlike meetings in Washington DC, which you’re able to do during our annual Capitol Conference, and which NAHU staff does regularly throughout the year, the summer recess and district work periods provide the opportunity for more informal and intimate conversations. As health insurance agents and brokers, you have an unparalleled window into what is happening all over your Congressional district and state. Members of Congress want to hear from you as they consider the latest proposals for the healthcare industry.

Please submit any follow-up info from your summer in-district meetings here. Be sure to include the name of the member of Congress, date and time of the meeting. If you have any questions on the summer recess, please send us a message.

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