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As ACA 'Repeal-And-Replace' Plans Form, Some Senators Silent On Device Tax Repeal

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As Obamacare repeal-and-replace plans begin to take shape in the Senate, not all of the legislative proposals include provisions to repeal the medical device tax, and fewer senators in the 2017-2018 Congress have signed on to support repeal of the tax than did in the early days of the prior Congress.

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