Hopkinton medical device manufacturer cited in House floor statement by North Country Rep. Stefanik
North Country Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Willsboro, cited a medical device manufacturer in Hopkinton on the House floor today as she spoke in support of repealing a medical device tax that is part of the Affordable Care Act.
NuMed in Hopkinton, founded by Allen Tower Sr. with his son, Allen Tower Jr. as president, employs 80 people making devices for pediatric cardiology.Stefanik said today the medical device tax "prevents NuMed from increasing their budget on research and development by 15 percent."
Stefanik visited NuMed last January.
A video of her remarks can be seen here.