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Joint ventures win the draw. Judge's ruling to revive tax exemption for Texas system spells good news for investor-owned systems, not-for-profits seeking deals



Joint ventures win the draw. Judge's ruling to revive tax exemption for Texas system spells good news for investor-owned systems, not-for-profits seeking deals



Modern Healthcare 32(24): 8-9, 16, 3



A ruling by a federal judge reinstating the tax exemption of St. David's Health Care System in Austin, Texas, has taught the Internal Revenue Service a hard lesson about the toughness of Texas. No one was happier with the judge's decision than St. David's President and Chief Executive Officer.

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