The Council for Affordable Health Coverage is often called on by Congress to testify before committees on health care issues related to access, affordability, coverage, and drug prices.

Below are examples of recent CAHC testimony.

CAHC Testifies Before House Oversight Committee on Inflation Reduction Act Drug Pricing Provisions

CAHC President Joel White, testified to the House Oversight and Accountability Health Care and Financial Services Subcommittee for its “Inflation Reduction Act: A Year in Review” hearing.


CAHC Testifies on Ways Congress can Make Health Coverage More Affordable and Accessible

CAHC testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and the Workforce, Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions in a hearing titled “Reducing Health Care Costs for Working Americans and Their Families.”


CAHC Goes Before House Education and Labor Committee to Advocate for a New Small Business Health Care Platform

CAHC presents before Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and Labor about the future of health care.


CAHC’s J.P. Wieske Testifies Before Congress on Improving Health Care Affordability and Access

Vice President of State Affairs J.P. Wieske testifies at a House Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee hearing entitled, “Strengthening Our Health Care System: Legislation to Lower Consumer Costs and Expand Access.”


CAHC President Testifies Before Ways and Means Committee on Rising Health Insurance Premiums under the ACA

CAHC President Joel White testifies before the Committee on Ways and Means at a hearing, “Rising Health Insurance Premiums Under the Affordable Care Act.”


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