Lawmakers & Industry Execs Renew Calls for Device Tax Repeal

September 2013
Medical Product Outsourcing;Sep2013, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p22
Trade Publication
The article reports that three medtech industry executive from Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania examined how the medical device excise tax is affecting their home states. It states that according to the U.S. senator for Indiana, Dan Coats', the tax is punishing Indiana workers and stifling innovation and Caroll H. Neubauer from pennsylvania states that the tax has forced cutbacks in research and development.


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