Thu December 19, 2019

Plastics Industry Association (PLASTICS) President & CEO Tony Radoszewski: 

“After years of working toward a full repeal, PLASTICS is excited to see the hard work of its members pay off with the end of the medical device tax—a measure that would’ve stifled innovation and increased the cost of health care nationwide.

Medical technology creates more than two million jobs directly and indirectly all over the United States. Repealing the medical device tax will promote economic growth, jobs, research and development and manufacturing. Most importantly, repealing the tax will make it easier to ensure that patients can access life-saving care and treatment.

PLASTICS and the entire medical device supply chain congratulates Congress and the White House for putting an end to a measure that would’ve done far more harm than good.”