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Republicans Renew Push To Repeal Device Tax; Broad Support Questionable

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GOP members in the House and Senate introduced companion bills Jan. 25 that would repeal the medical device excise tax before it takes effect in 2013, but few Democrats have jumped on board publicly so far.

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