How Obamacare’s medical device tax became a top repeal target
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The other is the repeal of Obamacare’s medical device tax. The Obamacare delay, in a way, makes sense: Holding off on the implementing the health-care law would indisputably handicap it. But the medical device tax? The priority has risen to the top of Republicans’ agenda despite the can’t believe this fact that repeal would have a relatively minor impact on Obamacare’s success. Here’s a look back at where the medical device tax came from–and how it has become a top issue for the GOP. The medical device tax is part of a suite of fees imposed on the health-care industry.The Affordable Care Act is expected to expand health insurance coverage to millions of Americans, which amounts to a windfall for health-care providers.
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