As you may know, the Democrats have promised the labor community that – when given the chance – they will vote to repeal the Cadillac Tax. Well, as the majority party in the House of Representatives, House Democrats now have that opportunity. So, it is not at all surprising – at least to me – to see full Cadillac Tax repeal being brought to the floor for a full-House vote. As you may also know, a good number of Republicans support full repeal of the Cadillac Tax too. So, I would not be surprised at all if full Cadillac Tax repeal gets 400+ votes in the House, with a majority of House Republicans joining the House Democrats. However, the most important point here is this: The forthcoming full-House vote will be a straight-up vote on fully repealing the Cadillac Tax with NO spending reductions and/or tax increases to offset the hundreds of billions in revenue loss (in particular, $193 billion in revenue loss over 10 years, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO)).