In the wake of the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) decision ratifying the Affordable Care Act as constitutional, the National Restaurant Association, National Council of Chain Restaurants and a host of other industry groups advocate that Congress change the law to make it more workable for all affected industries.   Although most of these groups have opposed the ACA since it was passed 5 years ago, with no more viable legal challenges pending, congressional remedies to the law’s more egregious provision are back in the forefront.  Specifically, the industry advocates a change to the definition of full-time employment (30 hours back to 40 hours), clarification of the reporting requirements and more consistency in defining seasonal employment as well as refinements to the employer mandate.  With Obama still in the White House, the likelihood of favorable changes is small.