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Bills Would Overturn Rx Requirement For OTC Purchases From FSAs

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Members of Congress will introduce targeted bills to overturn a provision of health care reform that requires consumers to get a prescription for OTC drugs to use money from pre-tax health savings accounts.

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