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Health and Human Services Standing Committee

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Prepare for 2020 Session

From disaster spending to the Electoral College and everything in between, let us help you get ready for the 2020 legislative session at this year’s NCSL Capitol Forum. Join colleagues and experts Dec. 10-12 in sunny Phoenix to roll up your sleeves and dig into the issues states will be discussing in 2020. Register by Nov. 19 and save!

 

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Overview and Membership

NCSL’s Standing Committees develop policy directives and resolutions, adopted by the conference, that serve to guide NCSL's advocacy before the federal government.

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STANDING COMMITTEES

Health and Human Services Standing Committee

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Health Reinsurance

Health insurance coverage and affordability continues to be a top issue across the country, with states increasingly taking the lead in helping more residents obtain insurance at reasonable rates. Federal Section 1332 "health innovation" waivers allow states to establish a reinsurance program to help reduce premiums.

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Stay Informed

Keep up with recent federal activity including legislation in Congress, federal regulatory highlights, funding and grant announcements, new federal agency guidance, and other federal activity affecting the states.

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Policy Positions and Resolutions

Policies under the jurisdiction of the Health and Human Services Committee address the nexus between state and federal policy making as it relates to health and human services programs that provide critically important services to individuals and families.