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Rep. Barber Speaks about Tax Reform and Growing Small Businesses.
Congressman Barber’s questions focused on how specific taxes can create roadblocks for medical device manufacturers using SynCardia Systems, Inc. and the Medical Device excise tax as a great example of how our tax code can stifle creativity and innovation . Continue reading
Koerber-Walker: Striking the Right Balance When Controlling Health Care CostsContinue reading
Washington Rundown for April 3, 2013 as provided by BIO for the Council of State Bioscience Associations (CSBA)Continue reading
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This week an opinion piece circulated via email from a nonprofit policy institute that claims to “stand on principle, not politics”. The writer used the example of Suntech, a solar company that has received business incentives here in Arizona as a prime example of why we should not use government funds to support or invest in specific companies or industries. Continue reading
The non-binding 2014 Budget Resolution in the Senate represents the first Senate vote on the repealof the medical device excise tax and is an important expression of the Senate’s support for addressing the issue.
Last week, over 200 leaders from across the nation visited Washington D.C. to meet with their Congressional delegations and share ideas with our nation’s leaders on the importance of our bioindustry and on the issues that are key to moving innovation forward and providing access to these life sustaining and life saving innovations.Continue reading