Because there was so little support for the Cadillac tax remaining on Capitol Hill, many saw the two-year suspension as killing it for good. (Photo: Getty)

In a rare moment of bipartisan collaboration, Republicans and Democrats agreed last year to suspend the implementation of the controversial Cadillac tax on the most expensive health insurance plans for two years.

Intended to go into effect in 2018, the tax will not be implemented until 2020, assuming Congress does not suspend it again or move to permanently kill it.

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