US Election 2020: Medtech PAC Funds Go To US House Reps Boosting Trade Deals, COVID-19 Tests
Industry also backs representatives who helped make the case to repeal device tax
Medtech Insight takes a look at political action committee money that medtech entities have been contributing to US House members, and device-friendly legislation those lawmakers have backed.
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