American Occupational Therapy Association, American Physical Therapy Association, and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association have earned a 2018 ASAE Power of A Gold Award for their collaborative Stop the Cap campaign, a strategic initiative to repeal the per-patient financial cap that was placed on outpatient Medicare therapy services in order to ensure some of the most… Read more »

ASAE will celebrate the extraordinary role associations play in advancing society at the 19th Annual Power of A – Summit Awards Dinner on Oct. 3 at the National Building Museum. The annual fundraising event, which helps support ASAE’s public policy initiatives, recognizes six winners of ASAE’s Summit Award, the highest recognition for associations that create… Read more »

The Michigan Society of Association Executives (MSAE) is planning to submit an amicus brief in a case with potential ramifications for associations pending before the Michigan Supreme Court. The case involves the Michigan Association of Home Builders, which filed suit against the city of Troy over building department fees. But one of the questions on… Read more »

House Republicans are still intent on passing a second round of tax cuts before the November elections, but controversy over how to address the tax law’s $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions is giving GOP tax-writers pause in drafting a package. The SALT cap, which under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is… Read more »

Congress and the Trump administration are facing crunch time on a number of important issues heading into the fall and the November midterm elections. First, House and Senate leaders are trying to get nine of 12 annual spending bills signed into law before the new fiscal year begins on Oct. 1. Congressional Republicans want to… Read more »