As the old baseball saying goes, it’s hard to tell the players without a scorecard, but it seems equally challenging to tell whether or not the US House wants to keep any aspects of ObamaCare. On Wednesday of this week, the democratically-controlled U.S. House voted by an overwhelming bi-partisan tally of 419 – 6 to repeal the “Cadillac tax” on high-cost employer-provided health insurance that was supposed to help pay for the Affordable Care Act. The tax was designed to discourage expensive health plans by imposing a 40% excise beginning in 2022 on employer-provided plans that exceeded $11,200 for individuals and $30,100 for families. Despite initially being sold as a means to keep health care costs down and help pay for ACA, democrats and republicans agreed that the tax would primarily hurt working families with health coverage through their employers.