A report by Public Campaign Action Fund Released July 2009
* Members of five committees working on health care reform legislation received $187.1 million in campaign contributions over their career from health and insurance interests
* Elected officials who voted against health reform legislation received 65% more in contributions from health and insurance interests than officials who voted for reform
* Health reform legislation is bottled up in two committees whose members have received nearly $100 million in campaign contributions from vested industries.
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