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Public Campaign Action Fund Launches New Campaign To Expose "Insurance Puppets" in Congress

Public Campaign Action Fund has launched a new campaign to expose the "insurance puppets" in Congress, naming Sen. Mitch McConnell (R) the first "puppet," followed by Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-Conn.).


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New Public Campaign Action Fund Press Release Shows Huge Health Care Industry Lobbying Efforts in 3rd Quarter

The Public Campaign Action Fund issued a press release today showing that the largest 13 health insurers and their trade association spent $2.7 million per month in the 3rd quarter lobbying to fight off health care reform.


Health Reform's 'Gang of 6' Reaps Political Cash

The San Francisco Chronicle details how health care industry lobbyists are funneling hoards of campaign cash to senators in charge of health care reform.

"The bipartisan "gang of six" senators who helped craft the health care reform bill going before a key Senate committee Tuesday represent less than 3 percent of the U.S. population - but they hold a lot of power at a crucial policy-shaping moment in Congress.

New Public Campaign Action Fund Press Release Details Huge Sums Spent to Kill Health Care Reform

Public Campaign Action Fund has issued a press release today detailing the huge amount of campaign contributions and lobbying expenses being doled out by the HMO and insurance industries in their effort to kill health care reform.


Sen. Ben Nelson's (D-Neb.) Healthcare Industry-funded Campaigns Draws Fire

The reports that Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.) is taking heat for his opposition to the Obama administration's health care reform efforts in a new ad produced by Change Congress. Sen. Nelson has close ties with the health care industry and has received millions in campaign contributions during his three Senate campaigns.