President Barack Obama signed the “Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015” on Monday.

The bill’s main focus is a two-year budget deal increasing spending limits to averg a damaging deficit.

Nestled in the fine print of the bill is a change to the Affordable Care Act. The bill repeals the ACA’s auto-enrollment requirement. This means, employers with more than 200 employees and more than one health benefit plan will not automatically enroll full-time employees into one of the health plans.

Employers are still free to use default or negative elections for employee enrollment.

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