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Legislative

NAHU maintains a robust government affairs operation to help advocate on the association's interests in Washington, D.C. This work is done through the assistance of the NAHU Legislative Council, Legislative Management Team, and state and local legislative chairs. We employ a variety of resources to help advance our interests, including grassroots activism through Operation Shout, coordination with industry groups, and our political action committee (HUPAC).

Legislative Issues

NAHU has developed a host of resources available to members, legistlators, media, and general public to learn more about our issues and positions on issues impacting our industry. Our legislative issues page on the NAHU website includes brief descriptions on each of our primary issue areas with links to learn more about each in detail. this page also includes information on our current legislative priorities, including bill numbers and links to learn more about each specific issue and bill. 

Federal Policy Priorities

2017 Legislative Successes

3/18 MAHU Legislative Report

 

Operation Shout

Take Action Today! Stay engaged and check here frequently for a list of the most recent advocacy engagements!

Compliance Corner

Submit a specific health reform question, and receive a personalized answer back gnerally within a few business dyas or browse the Frequently Asked Questions

Washington Update

Read this weekly publication for detailed information on what happened last week in the world of healthcare policy in Washington.

HUPAC

The Health Underwriters Political Action Committee (HUPAC) is NAHU's national political action committee. The prupose of HUPAC is to raise funds from NAHU members to combine their financial support and collectively support the political campaings of candidates who believe in private sector solutions for the health and financial security of all Americans. HUPAC is a separate entity from NAHU, with its own Board of Trustees and governance structure. Regional, state, and local HUPAC chairs are responsible for fundraising for NAHU's political action committee., educating our members about the need for HUPAC and recommending candidates for contributions. In the 2014 election cycle, HUPAC contributed over $600,000 to federal candidates, with 91% of the candidates that we supported winning their elections and serving in positions of influence to advocate on our behalf in Washington, D.C.