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As I've said before, this Patent Reform Legislation will weaken America's competitive advantage versus the rest of the world. It's so obvious, even those outside the U.S., as reflected by Judge Cheng's article, recognize that Patent Reform Legislation doesn't competitively benefit the US. In fact, and Judge Cheng said, if this Patent Reform Legislation goes through, be prepared for those outside the U.S., especially China, to flood this country cheap knock-offs, including drugs, etc., at even greater rate, as there will be very little to stop them. Congress, and especially the Senate, you need to listen to what even those outside the U.S. are saying about this Patent Reform Legislation.

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