A Sludge analysis of new second-quarter campaign finance reports has found that the Democratic leaders in the House combined to take in nearly $1.2 million in contributions from corporate and trade association PACs.
Richard Neal Tells Colleagues Not to Say ‘Medicare for All’ After Taking Checks from the Health IndustryBy Donald Shaw Health Primary category in which blog post is published
Lobbyists who represent health industry companies and trade groups campaigning against Medicare for All have become valuable fundraising assets for the DCCC.
His record on Medicare for All, and his cozy relationship with the health insurance and pharmaceuticals industries, says otherwise.
Medicare for All opponents have donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to Pelosi and House Democratic leaders.
Vape company Juul adds former Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley to its government affairs team as current Massachusetts Attorney General, Maura Healey, goes after the company for targeting teens.
A number of lobbyists representing major health insurers and oil and gas giants are bundling big checks for the DCCC.
The family that owns OxyContin producer Purdue Pharma donated to anti-Muslim hate groups and other organizations headed by well-known anti-Muslim figures.
Capuano’s Trip Through the Revolving Door: From Medicare-for-All Supporter to Health Industry Lobbying Firm
This could make for some awkward lobbying conversations.
As Illinois Democratic Rep. Bradley Schneider helps craft health care legislation, his wealthy wife has been buying and selling investments in health care companies.
California’s Anna Eshoo has sponsored legislation backed by the pharmaceutical interests funding her campaigns.