District 24: Please join us for a reception in support of State Representative Donna Schaibley March 31st at 5:30
As a legislatively active member, you can help us to make your visits on the Hill more beneficial to you and other members in your area.
ISAHU President David Berman and ISAHU Legislative Chair Dwight “D” Hall pictured with IN 5th District Congresswoman Susan Brooks at a January 21, 2016 event at Danny Boy Beer Works in Carmel, IN.
While UBER is a brilliant business model, there is a major insurance glitch, which is most personal automobile policies specifically exclude the use of the personal automobile for commercial purposes: (i.e. “operating a public or livery conveyance”). Therefore, TNC ridesharing Drivers are not covered by their own personal automobile policies while driving for hire. Therefore, […]
There are a number of bills awaiting committee hearings in the House and Senate dealing with civil rights. Expect the debate to dramatically increase as those bills proceed through the legislature.
NAHU has announced that support from the Healthcare.gov Agent Broker Call Center is now fully operational Interested parties can start seeking assistance from the call center starting immediately.
At the most recent chapter meeting, we were pleased to welcome our new 2015-2016 board of directors led by President Rob Strickland. If you see any of these smiling faces around, please feel free to come have a chat about the bright future of IndyAHU!
Members of IndyAHU and Indiana State AHU president didn’t miss a beat this weekend as they took full advantage of the opportunity to speak with Representative Todd Rokita while attending a fundraiser.
The August Member Meeting will begin at 8:00 am Wednesday, August 12th. The new board will be sworn in and Habeeb with BPC will speak on H.R.A. Fast Track for 1.5 hours of C.E. Breakfast will be served. There is a new low cost for early bird registration.
The Supreme Court of the United States has just released their opinion in the King v. Burwell case concerning a provision in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and ruled that subsidies will continue to be available in all states, not just those with state-based exchanges. The vote was 6-3.