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New Finance Chair Grassley Will Push Device Tax Repeal, Try To Lower Health-Care Costs

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In setting his agenda for the US Senate Finance Committee in 2019, incoming Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, says he will continue to cosponsor bills to end the device tax, focus on lowering prescription drugs and other medical product health-care costs, expand tax breaks for business, and make sure Congress has a strong hand in negotiating trade and tariff talks.

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