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Congress Approves Sweeping End of Year Legislation

Before adjourning for the holidays, Congress moved swiftly to pass a broad package totaling $1.4 trillion in new spending that includes eight appropriations measures, comprises numerous other bills related to health care, retirement, pharmaceuticals, tax policy, among other things. House lawmakers December 17th voted 297-120 in favor of a measure (H.R. 1865). The Senate approved the bill today, December 19th by a vote of 71-23. President Trump is expected to sign the bill into law on Friday, December 20th.

Medical Device User Fee Amendments (MDUFA)

Earlier this month, DTA members came together for the 8th annual Washington Conference to speak to their congressional representatives on the current legislation impacting the dental and dental trade industries. Members had 122 meetings bringing the total number of visits to 629, across 25 states, since 2012. 

Click below to read more about this year's Washington Conference and the issues DTA member companies took to Capitol Hill.

Stay up to date on the latest legislative news that could affect you and your business. Join Legislative Representative Patrick Cooney as he gives an update on topics such as the Medicare Dental Benefit Act of 2019 (S.22), the Medical Device Tax, and more.

Many veterans are not eligible for dental treatment through the Veterans Administration.  The DTA and DTA Foundation are proud to support the Dental Lifeline Network (DLN) campaign Will You See One Vet to honor and assist veterans with their special dental care needs.

Posted August 2, 2018

California made major changes to its existing Proposition 65 (Prop 65) safe drinking water act. These changes may impact manufacturers, distributors and laboratories doing business in the state of California. As Prop 65 currently stands, if a product or a device contains chemical substances identified by Prop 65 as carcinogenic or harmful to reproduction and exceeds the “No significant risk levels” then one of several action items is required by California state law. Requests for delay of implementation have been denied.

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