Browsing: Legislation

Below you will find legislative updates important to our members and to the health insurance industry.

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Over 1,000 Agents Converge on Congress

On July 15, 2009 over 1,000 insurance agents from several professional associations convened in Washington D.C. with one purpose in mind – to tell Congress that a public plan for healthcare is an irresponsible move.

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Register to Vote!

Are you registered to vote? Are your family members? Voter registration has a dramatic impact on voter turnout.

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Special Event: The Healthcare Debate

FWAHU hosted a special CE event on Thursday, September 25th: “The Healthcare Debate – An Election Year Perspective” presented by Beverly Davis of Aetna. This dicscussion covered the Healthcare initiatives of John McCain and Barack Obama.

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September Preview: 3 Legislative Presentations

During this election year, nothing is more important to our industry that the relationship that we have personally and as an association, with our legislators. At our September meeting, TAHU Lobbyist, Lee Manross, along with Misty Baker, will present three programs designed to help us all with the important task of working with our own state legislators to help shape the debate on health care issues.

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New Regulations on Medicare Advantage Sales

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have proposed new rules governing the sale and solicitation of Medicare Advantage plans. Medicare Advantage plans are private health plan options, sometimes referred to as Part C, that provide all Medicare-covered health care to those who have Medicare Part A and Part B.

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Trip to Austin for Senate Hearing

At Lee Manross’ prompting, Carolyn Goodwin, TAHU President, and about 15 other TAHU members, including our very own Gentrie Reisinger, attended a March 2008 hearing on State Affairs with our Texas Senators.

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FWAHU Legislative Panel Discussion

On February 14, 2008, FWAHU hosted two separate legislative panel discussions – one recapping the recent TAHU Day at the Capitol and one recapping the recent NAHU Cap Conference.

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