US House Expected To Vote On Device-Tax Bill Tuesday
The House is expected to vote on a standalone bill to repeal the medical device tax July 24. Industry groups are hoping for a quick and easy passage of the bill so it doesn't become entangled in other political battles, such as the upcoming debate on a new Supreme Court justice.
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