ADEA Washington Update

CFPB Details Student Loan Servicing Failures

Education | Permanent link

Students with educational loans made by private lenders are likely to have a far greater risk of default and delinquency than students with loans made by the Department of Education, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) ... Click Here To Read More

CMS Receives Criticism on Stage 3 Meaningful Use Rules

HHS | Permanent link

On Oct. 16, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published the finals rules for Stage 3 of... Click Here To Read More

HRSA Grant Addresses Training for Integrating Oral Health and Primary Care

Funding, HHS | Permanent link

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is soliciting applications for the Academic Units for Primary Care Training and Enhancement (AU-PCTE) program. The announcement focuses on several areas, one of which is integrating oral health and primary care. Per the announcement:

HRSA Seeks Grant Reviewers

Funding, Research, HHS | Permanent link

The federal Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA) is currently seeking new and experienced grant reviewers for its Bureau of Health Workforce (BHW) Objective Review Committee.

This is an excellent opportunity for dental, allied dental and advanced dental educators to gain an understanding of the federal... Click Here To Read More

ADEA Advocacy Website

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The ADEA Advocacy website is a new tool to facilitate your ability to access information on issues of importance to academic dentistry and dental and craniofacial research and communicate with elected officials on issues of... Click Here To Read More

President Obama Issues Memorandum on Drug Abuse

HHS | Permanent link

On Oct. 21, President Obama issued a Presidential Memorandum along with a ... Click Here To Read More

House Elects Paul Ryan as the 54th Speaker of the House

House | Permanent link

On Oct. 29, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) was elected the 54th Speaker of the House, ending speculation as to who was able to lead the 247-member GOP conference after John Boehner’s abrupt resignation.

The 45-year old Republican first worked on Capitol... Click Here To Read More

Bipartisan Agreement is Reached by Congress to Fund the Government

Funding, House, Senate | Permanent link

Although the federal government’s 2016 fiscal year began on Oct. 1, Congress is still mired in the process of debating how to fund the government. On Sept. 30, it passed a continuing resolution (CR), a bill that would keep the government running at current... Click Here To Read More

Congress Running Out of Time to Address U.S. Debt Ceiling

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Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew has moved forward the date by which Congress must raise the country’s debt limit. The deadline is now Nov. 3, two days earlier than previously expected.

In an Oct. 15 ... Click Here To Read More

Congress Considers Making it Illegal to Sell Tobacco to Anyone Under 21

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Senate Democrats have filed legislation to increase the legal minimum age to smoke from 18 to 21. Sen. Brian Schatz (D-HI) filed S. 2100 the Tobacco to 21 Act, which proposes to make it illegal to sell tobacco products to anyone under the age of 21. Several... Click Here To Read More