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Supreme Court Health Reform Oral Arguments Leave Open Questions

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Device firms should not stop preparing for the 2.3% excise tax, scheduled to take effect next January. Still, justices during oral arguments March 26-28 did not take off the table the prospect of ruling the entire health care reform legislation void.

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