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‘Wildcard’ Patents: Why A REVAMP-ed Proposal Might Work In 2017

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Before election day, the idea of a new transferrable exclusivity incentive seemed like an extreme long shot for enactment. But now advocates think it has a real chance – and a strategy to redraft the idea to answer Democratic critics and avoid a high CBO score.

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