Sens. Nelson, Kerry Argue Against Device Fee In Health Reform Bill
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Two Democratic senators last week made high-profile declarations against the $40 billion, 10-year device industry fee included in the health care reform bill that passed out of the Senate Finance Committee Oct. 13
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