Proposed regulations surrounding health savings accounts might resurface as independent legislation. Photo: Getty

Despite repeated Republican failures to pass a repeal-and-replace version of the Affordable Care Act — or just a repeal — there are some provisions from the House and Senate bills that just won’t die.

Among them are proposed regulations surrounding health savings accounts, which might resurface as independent legislation, according to Chatrane Birbal, senior advisor for government relations at the Society for Human Resource Management. In a report from SHRM, Birbal says that “HSA stand-alone legislation will likely be introduced with additional modifications to the ACA.” 

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