House Republicans Pass Amended AHCA
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed an amended version of the American Health Care Act (AHCA), as part of the effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). An earlier attempt by the House to vote on a previous version of the AHCA was canceled in March after House leaders determined they didn’t have enough votes. Two amendments were added to the AHCA which enabled the House to approve this version. The AHCA will now move on to be considered by the Senate where it is expected to undergo changes.
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Judy Kamens Compliance Specialist
Judy joined the Employee Benefits division of Lawley in March 2010 as a compliance specialist. Judy’s role is to provide clients with enhanced service in the areas of new and existing legislation and compliance. She works closely with employee benefits consultants and account executives to provide clients with the tools and information to remain compliant. Judy provides timely education and guidance and conveys the requirements and intricacies of new legislation in a practical fashion. Specifically, Judy has focused her attention on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and possesses a thorough understanding of the continuously evolving requirements of this law.View Bio LinkedIn
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