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Where Do Aging Services Stand on Capitol Hill
Overview Fiscal year 2018 began on October 1, but Congress has not passed a budget or appropriations bills for the new year. A continuing resolution enacted in September suspended the federal debt ceiling and kept federal programs in operation through December 8. The ...
Member News - October 2017
iN2L Releases Personal Engagement Tablet; Front Porch Is First Adopter iN2L Focus, a new tablet for seniors, is popular; more than 20 assisted living and long-term care communities have pre-ordered it from CAST Supporter
REAC Physical Inspection Clarifications
REAC's new Compilation Bulletin RAPID 4.0 Version 3 (not yet posted on the main REAC inspection webpage) incorporates explanations of new procedures and more pictures to enhance revisions to guidance previously distributed ...
HUD Funding on the Line
Federal housing programs for fiscal year 2018 (FY18), which began October 1, are being funded under a continuing resolution (CR), which keeps HUD programs funded at fiscal year 2017 (FY17) levels until its December 8 expiration. LeadingAge is working with Congressional offices to urge passage of a full FY18 spending ...
202 Funding in Spotlight at Hearing
Financial Services Chair Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) stated his hope that Congress move quickly on tax reform, saying, “There is not better federal housing policy than a strong economy.” In his opening statement, Char Hensarling ...