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"… ug-makers. Almost all of those same legislators voted in favor of the 2003 Medicare Prescription Drug Act, which led to a windfall of profits for the industry …"

"… hRMA-sponsored trips were taken in 2003, prior to the November vote on the Medicare prescription drug bill. The legislation created a taxpayer-funded prescrip …"

"… bout."The debate over possible conflicts of interest is highlighted by the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement and Modernization Act of 2003.Relman, a for …"

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"… gressional leaders for a massive lobbying campaign in support of the House Medicare reform bill that was approved later that year. House majority whip Blunt, …"

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"… ides, attacked Republican candidates' records on issues like education and Medicare. Since then, the AFL-CIO has focused more on grassroots activities such as …"

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"… second-highest-spending foreign company, consistently reported lobbying on Medicare and Medicaid reform issues during the nearly seven years studied. The phar …"

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"… uy drugs worth at least $40 billion from the companies every year once the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003 goes into ef …"

"… ar that the legislation passed allowing prescription drug coverage through Medicare, 298 pharmaceutical and health industry groups spent $114 million* lobbyin …"

"… ernment. They employed 1,274 professional lobbyists.The passage of the new Medicare law had been an industry priority for many years. No wonder: The 415-page …"

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"… eriod, they lobbied for RxHub on only one listed bill: the recently passed Medicare Prescription Drug bill.Related ChartsRegistered Lobbyists Appointed to Bus …"

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"… als ripped Dean over his positions or past record on gun rights, trade and Medicare growth. But the most inflammatory ad used the visual image of Osama bin La …"

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"… s by former employees and focused on whether the company improperly billed Medicare for hundreds of millions of dollars. Including civil and criminal settleme …"

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"… n Washington and provide prescription drug coverage for senior citizens on Medicare.Greer, Margolis, Mitchell, Burns & Associates is a firm with strong ti …"

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"… in this election cycle and how much they are spending:Citizens for Better Medicare is by far the biggest presence in the state, spending $1.5 million in the …"

"… armaceutical industry, has run ads since March criticizing plans to reform Medicare and targeting Schweitzer in one run of television ads. Schweitzer has take …"

"… they are cheaper.This, Schweitzer insists, spurred the Citizens for Better Medicare’s massive action in his state. In addition to Internet banner ads, radio …"

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"… violations, his positions on tobacco, and a 1993 tie-breaking vote to cut Medicare funding.The ad does not tell viewers to support or oppose Gore, but in the …"

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"… e congregation network to elect George W. Bush in 2000.Citizens for Better Medicare: The Citizens for Better Medicare Action Fund is a Medicare reform ad …"

"… W. Bush in 2000.Citizens for Better Medicare: The Citizens for Better Medicare Action Fund is a Medicare reform advocacy organization bankrolled almost e …"

"… or Better Medicare: The Citizens for Better Medicare Action Fund is a Medicare reform advocacy organization bankrolled almost entirely by the pharmaceuti …"

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"… coverage for their employees. Similarly, the share of Social Security and Medicare taxes that employers pay could no longer be written off.Forbes’ flat tax …"

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