The thirteen Republican Senators who worked behind closed doors to rewrite the House’s American Health Care Act received a joint $2,776,012 in campaign donations from the health insurance and pharmaceutical manufacturing companies involving November 2010 — the season Obamacare has been passed
The 13 lawmakers drafting the Senate law to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act obtained a mean of $214,000 in campaign contributions — nearly two times the amount received by colleagues excluded from the procedure, as per a MapLight analysis.
Orrin Hatch topped the record, bringing in half a million dollars, followed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who earned $433,400.
Here we have a list of the campaign contributions from insurance and pharmaceutical manufacturing businesses to the senators drafting the secret Healthcare bill:
Addison “Mitch” McConnell – $433,400
Rob Portman – $382,100
Patrick J. Toomey – $354,616
Andrew Lamar Alexander – $228,100
John Cornyn – $180,050
Cory Gardner – $151,850
John Barrasso – $149,750
Mike Enzi – $146,600
John Thune – $123,400
Mike Lee – $66,750
Ted Cruz – $58,895
Tom Cotton – $28,941
Four of the senators working on the bill has received more than $300,000 from the insurance and pharmaceutical industries. Senators excluded from the process received an average of $115,000 from the health insurance and pharmaceutical industries.
Four of the senators working on the bill had received more than $300,000 from the pharmaceutical and insurance industries. Senators excluded in the procedure received an average of $115,000 from the health care insurance and pharmaceutical industries.