Chamber of Commerce urges repeal of 'Cadillac tax' on high-cost employer health plans

2017-06-27 | , The Hill

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce urged Senate Republicans to repeal ObamaCare's "Cadillac Tax" on high-cost employer insurance plans in its healthcare replacement bill. 

The tax isn't slated to go into effect until 2020, and the current Senate draft would further delay its implementation until 2026 to comply with the chamber's budget rules. 

But the Chamber of Commerce and 28 other professional organizations want the Senate to scrap the tax permanently. 

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