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 Health Reform Newsletter - News from Washington

Weekly Newsletter

This e-newsletter provides information about federal government activities that are relevant to local health departments.



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Current Issue

October 2: NACCHO ED Highlights Emergency Preparedness Funding

September 25:Chronic Disease Community Prevention Day of Action

September 18: NACCHO President Represents Local Health Departments

September 11: Join NACCHO to Raise the Caps; Outlook for the Fall

September 4: September is National Preparedness Month;NACCHO Co-Sponsors Climate Health Summit

August 14: Resources for August Recess; ASTHO Forces of Change

July 31: Medicare and Medicaid Turn 50;HHS Commemorates World Hepatitis Day

July 24: Appropriations Process Stalls and Opioid Bills Move

July 17: House Passes 21st Century Cures; CDC Releases Ebola Report

July 10: NACCHO Annual Recap; Dr. Hasbrouck Publishes Op-Ed on MRC Program

July 2: Going to NACCHO Annual?; FY2016 Update

June 26: ACA Decision and Appropriations Update

June 19: NACCHO Board Elections; House LHHS Marks Up Appropriations Bill

June 12:NACCHO Releases 2015 'Forces of Change'

June 5: NACCHO Executive Director Participates in Antibiotic Meeting;Take Action to Stop Cuts to Public Transportation

May 29: New Podcast with Baltimore City Health Commissioner, Select NACCHO Annual 2015 Sessions

May 22: Congress Memorial Day Recess; NACCHO Supports Bill that Protects Children from Nicotine Poisoning

May 15: Congress Upcoming Memorial Day Recess; House Unveils their 21st Century Cures Bill

May 8: Senate Passes Budget Resolution; White House Nominates DeSalvo

May 1: Big Cities Host Preparedness Briefing; NACCHO Marks E-Cigs Anniversary

April 24: Senate Vote to Repeal Prevention Fund Fails; CDC Reports Progress on Winnable Battles

April 17: Congress Passes Doc Fix Bill; House Holds Ebola Hearing

April 10: President Issues Proclamation for NPHW; House Announces the Formation of a Public Health Caucus

April 3: Budget Resolution Recap; Congress Heads Home for Recess