A Tax on Some Medical Services

"Mr. BOYD. Okay. So it is fair to say that we cannot say that all medical services would be tax-exempt. There may be some services or some procedures or processes that are taxed. You brought up the example of doing blood work. The person that takes the blood, that fee, whatever it is, if you go to your physician to get that done, would not be taxed, but the analysis and coming back with a report would be taxed.

Mr. ROHRER. Yes."

Republican State Representative Scott W. Boyd, House Legislative Journal, January 28, 2008