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Congress voted before to repeal medical device tax

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WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans are insisting on repealing a medical device tax as a condition for keeping the government open. Lawmakers on both sides of the Capitol already have overwhelmingly rejected this tax. But those earlier votes didn't count. The White House and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid have said they wouldn't let Republicans make it a bargaining chip in averting a...

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