On July 17, the Senate approved H.R.6042 without amendment by unanimous consent. This bill delays by one year electronic visit verification (EVV) requirements for tracking when personal care services are provided to people with disabilities. The bill also expresses the sense of Congress that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) should hold at least one public meeting and solicit ongoing stakeholder input on its recently-issued guidance. The House of Representatives passed this bill last month. The bill now awaits President Trump’s signature. The Arc applauds passage of this bill which gives advocates more time to work with CMS and state Medicaid agencies to ensure EVV is implemented in a way that doesn’t place an undue burden on providers and protects the privacy of beneficiaries.