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Topic - John Castellani
The chief spokesman for pharmaceutical manufacturers says President Obama has stuck two thorns in the industry's side at a time marked by uncertainty as lawmakers contemplate cutting health care programs and battles over the new health care law wind their way through the courts.
John Castellani, who leads the drug industry's trade organization, said that an estimated 600,000 jobs in the nation's manufacturing sector go unfilled because employers can't find qualified workers.
"The decisions that are going to be made over the next 12 to 24 months are really going to drive the future of our industry," he said. "We just don't know what the future is."