US House passes reform bill - lower device tax included
This article was originally published in Clinica
With the narrow passing of a healthcare reform bill by the US House of Representatives over the weekend, voting 220 for and 215 against, there was much jubilation among Democratic members of Congress and among many ordinary folk across the US.
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