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Michele Horaney, APR
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House Health Care Reform Vote: Table of Contributions from Health Insurance Industry

BERKELEY, CA - The U.S. House of Representatives voted Saturday on a historic health care reform bill, the Affordable Health Care for America Act.’s website shows how each legislator voted and the campaign
contributions they received from the health insurance industry, which
opposed this bill:

Sorted by State
Sorted by Party
Sorted by Vote

Contribution sums reported are from January 2003 to June 2009.’s previous coverage of health care reform includes
analyses of campaign contributions and votes on the public option (Sept. 30, Oct. 8) and votes benefiting pharma interests.


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organization based in Berkeley, California. Its mission is to
illuminate the connection between Money and Politics (MAP)
using our groundbreaking database of campaign contributions and
legislative votes. combines data from the Federal Election
Commission, the Center for Responsive Politics,, the
National Institute on Money in State Politics (NIMSP),
the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission and other sources to better
inform Americans and local and national media about the role of
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