A recent bill introduced to Congress includes provisions that, if passed, result in repeal of certain PPACA (“Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act”) provisions. The bill repeals certain requirements dealing with shared responsibility for employers and requiring employer reporting of health insurance coverage. The bill allows reimbursement for over the counter medication by repealing the PPACA provision prohibiting the same. The bill broadens grandfathered coverage and elminates annual caps on health FSA benefits imposed by PPACA. Developments will be provided in follow up posts.