Push for device tax repeal will gain Obama's vote, Franken says

03/28/2013 | Minnesota Public Radio

Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., has expressed optimism that efforts to repeal the medical device tax will win support from House legislators and President Barack Obama. Congress can look for a way to make up for the cost of repealing the tax that will get the president's approval, Franken said at a press conference Monday to discuss the Senate budget amendment that passed last weekend.

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