Why the United States does not have a national health program: the medical-industry complex and its PAC contributions to congressional candidates, January 1, 1981, through June 30, 1991. Common Cause.

  • Published 1992 in
    International journal of health services…


The Common Cause study presents data on medical-industry PAC contributions to Members of Congress during the period January 1, 1981, through June 30, 1991. Included are listings of the top 25 congressional recipients, the top 25 Senate recipients, and the top 50 House recipients of contributions from medical-industry PACs; medical-industry PAC contributions… (More)


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