Public Campaign Action Fund issued part two of its report on efforts by the insurance industry to kill health care reform with huge amounts of campaign giving and lobbying expenditures.
“These highly profitable corporations are spending millions every month to protect their bottom line by fighting health care reform in Washington, D.C.,” said David Donnelly, national campaigns director of Public Campaign Action Fund. “To put it starkly, they have invested heavily in insider lobbyists and politicians to maintain their bottom line leaving Americans out in the cold and stuck with our broken health care system. It’s time to end the campaign money chase and let politicians do what we elected them to do—debate and pass sound public policy that benefits all of us and not just those who can make big campaign contributions.”
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