On Feb. 12, the Administration released its FY19 budget request, which outlines its funding priorities. See what it means for aging services programs.
On Feb. 9, Congress passed and the President signed into law the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018. The legislation addresses several of the issues NCOA has been advocating for, but more work remains. Read our analysis.Read
A 12-year-old program that has helped more than 75,000 seniors and individuals with disabilities move out of nursing homes is in jeopardy in Congress.Read
Congress has passed a tax reform bill that merges the versions passed earlier by each chamber. The final bill includes several provisions that NCOA and other aging advocates are concerned will harm older Americans.Read
The remainder of 2017 promises to be another three months of critical legislative debates in Congress for older Americans. Here’s what to look for, based on what we know today.Read
Congress has returned from its August recess, and attention is turning to the federal budget. Two critical programs for older adults are still at risk.Read
With Congress focused on health care and other issues, it’s easy to forget that they also have a deadline to fund government programs past the end of the fiscal year on Sept. 30. See highlights of where things stand.Read