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Protecting the Consumer's Future

LEGISLATIVE NEWS

Stay up to date on legislative issues that impact all of us in California and around the country. 

 
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Date: November, 2019

Legislative Updates 2019 Podcast

Looking for an insightful podcast on legislative updates for 2019?  Dorothy Cociu, OCAHU Communications Chair, has put together two podcasts – one California focused with Jim Morrison, CAHU VP of Legislation and Faith Borges, CAHU’s advocate, and the other with a national perspective with Janet Trautwein.

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Date: October, 2019

14 Legislative Laws for 2019

Each year, DCAHU Communications Chair Bill Robinson puts together a compilation of the most important new health insurances laws from the previous California legislative session.  To read the 14 most important bills, click Learn More below.

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Date: September, 2019

Get Involved – Adopt a Legislator

Do you want to get more involved with CAHU’s legislative efforts in your area?  Find out more about CAHU’s Adopt A Legislator program, where members work together to build a relationship with their local representatives.  These relationships are invaluable and provide an opportunity for members to be a resource to their local representatives and impact real change.

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Legislative Programs

Each of the local chapters of the California Association of Health Underwriters (CAHU) are supposed to elect a Legislative Chair. Local chapter Legislative Chairs serve as the primary liaison between the local chapters’ members and legislative efforts at the State and national level.

Annually, CAHU’s House of Delegates elects a Vice President of Legislation to serve on the CAHU Executive Board. CAHU’s Vice President of Legislation takes office on July 1 and is responsible for communicating with local chapter Legislative Chairs and coordinating grassroots legislative efforts.

Usually, the Vice President of Legislation will schedule regular monthly conference calls to keep local chapter Legislative Chairs informed. If a local chapter Legislative Chair doesn’t have the schedule for conference calls, he/she should call or Email CAHU’s Vice President of Legislation to obtain the calendar of events and activities for the year.

The entire CAHU Board then votes to accept or reject the Legislative Council’s recommendations. As an organization, CAHU has no official position until the CAHU Board votes to take a position.

      

        

GET INVOLVED

There are many ways to get involved in our legislative advocacy program, and make no mistake about it - your active participation is critical and greatly appreciated. Monetary contributions to our state and national Political Action Committees, CAHU PAC and HUPAC are the lifeblood of our success and need not be spectacular to make a difference. We also need boots on the ground in your local communities, as well as your input and insights about issues that affect our clients and their families. Please see below and explore these are the many other ways you can help us make a difference on behalf of health care consumers.

Meet Our Team
Cal Advocates and our Legislative Council

CAHU PAC Board
Local chapters elect PAC Chairs who are responsible for educating members about the importance of the PAC.

Our Issues
Priority Bills

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HUPAC

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Use VoterVoice, Find Your Legislator, Adopt-A-Legislator Program

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