Fiscal Cliff Averted, AGS Supports New Congressional Long-Term Care Commission

Among the measures that Congress undertook on January 1 to steer the government clear of what came to be known as the “fiscal cliff” were some steps that might ultimately lead to affordable long-term care coverage for Americans. One of these steps repealed the Community Living Assistance Services and Supports (CLASS) Act. The act was […]

Long-Term Care Commission

Recently, Congress repealed the Community Living Assistance Services and Supports (CLASS) Act as part of their effort to avoid the “fiscal cliff.” Because the CLASS Act was intended to create a nation-wide insurance plan, Congress has decided to create a panel called the Long-Term Care Commission to construct and more financially viable alternative now that […]