News Headlines Article

Money talks in health care: drug makers, hospitals, doctors, tobacco spend heavily
Capitol Weekly

Drug makers, physicians, hospitals, tobacco companies and a major HMO spent hundreds of millions dollars to influence government during the past decade. Their spending accounted for more than a fifth of the $1.33 billion spent during the period.

The figures were compiled by the Fair Political Practices Commission, which enforces the state’s campaign finance laws. The FPPC’s full report can be viewed here.

Commands