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Legislation 2005: OTCs Seek A Tax Break, Pseudoephedrine May Take A Hit

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Efforts to classify OTC drugs as tax deductible may be well-positioned for action in the 109th Congress following a cost analysis by the House Joint Committee on Taxation

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