You are here: RILA » Human Resources » Human Resources Committees » Health Care Committee Health Care Committee Senior health and benefits executives, as well as government affairs professionals, focused on operational issues, policy development, and federal regulatory and legislative activities regarding ERISA, implementation of the Affordable Care Act, and other health care initiatives. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Page Content Press Releases RILA Adds Kaiser Permanente Alum as Director of Health CareToday RILA announced the hiring of Joseph Williamson as director of government affairs with a focus on health care policy. Retail Industry Notches Important Policy Wins in 2015As the 2015 legislative session comes to a close, RILA identified several important regulatory and legislative wins that will benefit retailers and their millions of employees and customers.Retailers Welcome Cadillac Tax DelayRILA issued the following statement in response to a two-year delay of the 40 percent excise tax on employer plans, which is included in the fiscal year 2016 spending omnibus package. E-FLEX-Endorsed ACA Fix Signed Into Law by President ObamaThis week, President Obama signed into law a bipartisan budget package that included the E-FLEX Coalition’s legislation to permanently strike the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) mandatory automatic enrollment provision off the federal books.Retailers Welcome Repeal of ACA Auto-Enrollment Requirement; Budget DealToday, America's largest retailers applauded budget negotiators for including an important fix to the ACA in the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015.Business Coalition Welcomes Bill to Address Flawed ACA Reporting RulesIn a letter sent today, a coalition of 176 employers and trade associations endorsed legislation aimed at providing employees and employers with a more effective means for determining eligibility for Exchange tax credits under the ACA. RILA Endorses Bipartisan Senate Bill to Reform the ACA Reporting ProcessRILA endorsed bipartisan legislation introduced yesterday by U.S. Senators Mark Warner (D-VA) and Rob Portman (R-OH) to reform the reporting requirements under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Retail Checkout Posts It's a Jobs Discussion, Not a Political DiscussionICYMI: Politico: Max Baucus worried about health law 'train wreck'Affordable Care Act: Three years later and questions, concerns still remainThe Supreme Court has spoken, So what happens next?ACA – No Good for EmployersMore Retail Checkout posts... Links to Regulatory Comment LettersIRS (Internal Revenue Service)DOL (Department of Labor)EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity CommissionE-Flex Coalition ACA Reporting Task Force National Coalition On BenefitsCouncil on Affordable Health CoverageHealthcare Solution Packet Click to Download.