Congressional Republicans held leadership elections this week, with both chambers choosing to stay the course for the most part. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) will keep his post next year, while Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) won the job of incoming minority leader in the House. GOP Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) retained his leadership post… Read more »

The early returns on association health plans (AHPs) – expanded by the Trump administration earlier this year to give small businesses and self-employed workers more options for coverage – are encouraging, according to recent reports. Most of the early AHPs that have formed or expanded since the Department of Labor’s June rule cover pre-existing conditions… Read more »

Before House Republicans slip into the minority next year, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) is preparing legislation to fix the “retail glitch” and other errors in last year’s tax law, along with a tax extenders package. “We are prepared and ready if there is an appetite to move some of these… Read more »

Congress has returned to work this week needing to agree on seven fiscal 2019 spending bills to prevent a partial shutdown from beginning on Dec. 7. After last week’s midterm elections, the political dynamic has changed with Democrats gaining at least 32 seats to retake the House, with several races still undecided. Reaching common ground… Read more »

ASAE is proud to recognize the following 2018 Power of A Silver Award winners for their efforts to grow the workforce, engage students, help workers solve a problem, and promote workplace diversity. American Society of Human Genetics – DNA Day Essay Contest Through its National DNA Day Essay Contest for high school students, the American… Read more »