New Government Resources for Health Care Reform

Posted by BAS - 30 October, 2014

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The Congressional Research Service released a report on health care reform resources. The CRS is a legislative branch agency of the Library of Congress that provides non-partisan information to members of Congress for help in legislation drafting. 

The new report provides a list of sources that members of Congress can use to address constituent questions about health care reform.  Contacts for assistance with health care reform, information about employer sponsored coverage requirements, a glossary of health coverage terms, and sources for more information are all provided in one booklet. 

A copy of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA): Resources for Frequently Asked Questions can be accessed by clicking here.

Topics: Health Care Reform (ACA)


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