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Making Some Supplements Eligible For US Pre-Tax Savings Accounts Proposed Again In Congress

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Dietary supplements would be covered in pre-tax health savings accounts under Senate legislation. Industry groups say the health and economic impact of COVID-19 makes including supplements in the accounts more important. 

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