NY Times – Small Biz Being Excluded From Health Care Reform

According to ASAE’s Policies and Procedures in Association Management, the median association has 10 full time employees, meaning a majority of associations are also categorized as small businesses. Today’s New York Times article on the lack of discussion on health care reform for small business should be uncomfortable for these associations. According to the article,… Read more »

Kennedy Health Care Bill Details and Schedule Leaked

In an apparent attempt to push the Senate Finance Committee’s consideration of comprehensive health care, members of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pension (HELP) Committee leaked details of the upcoming Kennedy comprehensive health care reform legislation.  The Washington Post reports the bill’s language could be released as early as today (June 1).  The outline… Read more »

ASAE, Coalition Opposes New Limits on Charitable Deductions

With lawmakers still considering options for financing health care reform, ASAE joined a coalition of diverse nonprofit organizations this week in opposing a proposal from the Obama administration to impose new limits on charitable tax deductions. The Senate Finance Committee last week released a wide range of policy options for funding comprehensive reform of America’s… Read more »

Senate Finance Releases Options for Funding Health Reform

The Senate Finance Committee May 18 released a 41-page list of policy options for funding comprehensive reform of America’s health care system, many of which have already prompted criticism from affected industries and their respective associations. The options on the table are wide-ranging, and include potential savings achieved from within the health care system, modifications… Read more »