Currently delayed for two years, the Affordable Care Act’s excise tax is on track for full repeal — but not without upcoming challenges, Members of Congress and their staffs said Wednesday on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Now set to take effect in 2020, the so-called Cadillac tax would force employers to pay a 40% tax on plans exceeding $27,500 for a family or $10,200 for an individual.

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