Congressional appetite to repeal the so-called Cadillac Tax provisions of Obama Care appears to be growing as we get closer to the 2018 effective date for that tax provision.   The “Cadillac Tax” is a non-refundable 40% excise tax on employee premiums that exceed $10,200 and $27,500 for individual and family coverage respectively.  In a letter sent to the President this week, a bipartisan group of lawmakers requested a meeting with Obama to discuss eliminating the tax on employer-sponsored, high-cost health plans.  Many lawmakers, Republican and Democrats alike, would like to repeal the tax before presidential election politics gets in the way and more employers start cutting benefits.