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Making Nutritionals Eligible For Health Savings Accounts Whets Congress' Appetite

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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The supplement Industry and members of Congress open a line of communication on including dietary supplements into FSA/HSA spending programs, says CRN President Steve Mister.

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