Senate Republicans Support ACA, Device Tax Repeal, But President Will Veto
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
While the Senate was able to garner enough votes Thursday Dec. 3 to pass legislation repealing many of Affordable Care Act provisions – including the medical device tax – President Obama has sworn to veto the measure, as well as any similar bills attached to an upcoming 2016 spending measure that might eviscerate his signature health care law.
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