As you start your day as a busy benefits professional, you turn on the morning news, and you hear that the Department of Health and Human Services has changed the Form W-2 health insurance reporting requirement effective date from 2011 to 2012.

You then log on to the Internet and see that the Republicans have gained control of the House of Representatives and are vowing to repeal and replace health care reform legislation.

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