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"… o this report.     …"

"… $5,000 and $15,000. The Center for Public Integrity also discovered that Pfizer, which produces such popular brands as Advil, Lipitor and Viagra,&nbs …"

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"… the largest IPO since Facebook went public. …"

"… etis Good Government Fund's federal filing states it's affiliated with the Pfizer PAC, which ranks among the most active PACs in the nation. During the 201 …"

"… t active PACs in the nation. During the 2012 election cycle, for example, Pfizers PAC directed more than $1 million to federal-level political candidates, …"

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"… lection haul were several large pharmaceutical companies. Drug maker Pfizer donated $250,000 to the RGA in December, while Eli Lilly contributed $150, …"

"… lly contributed $150,000 and Astrazeneca gave $100,000, records show. Pfizer also gave the same amount to the DGA. Among the other notable donors? Ra …"

"… kets and the BNSF Railway Company each gave $100,000. In addition to Pfizer, only three other companies have made six-figure contributions to the DGA …"

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"… nd was promoted by a controversial medical group with a history of ties to Pfizer, which makes the cholesterol-lowering drug, Lipitor. Critics say Pfizer, a …"

"… to Pfizer, which makes the cholesterol-lowering drug, Lipitor. Critics say Pfizer, a major Perry contributor, could benefit from the legislation because the …"

"… who might then be prescribed Lipitor. Perry received more money from Pfizer than any other political candidate nationwide over the past six years, cam …"

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"… IN America campaign, a coalition of trade groups and companies like Apple, Pfizer and Google. An iWatch News analysis of campaign finance data has found tha …"

"… of the wealthiest corporations had their taxes cut by billions of dollars. Pfizer profited to the tune of $37 billion; Merck by $15.9 billion, Hewlett-Packa …"

"… have been most generous to co-sponsors are Microsoft (at least $206,000), Pfizer (at least $168,000), Duke Energy (at least $121,000), Devon Energy (at lea …"

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"… to give a select group of U.S. multinational firms like Apple, Oracle and Pfizer a lavish tax break on a trillion dollars stashed offshore. The avowed goal …"

"… seas. More than half the benefits went to only 15 firms. And just five — Pfizer, Merck, Hewlett-Packard, Johnson & Johnson and IBM — retrieved $88 b …"

"… s study of 15 leading firms that profited from the tax break. Drug giant Pfizer, which repatriated the single largest chunk of cash — $37 billion — an …"

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"… d two other painkillers, ibuprofen and naproxen. The study is sponsored by Pfizer, the maker of Celebrex. And both Pfizer and Nissen believe the study is ba …"

"… aproxen. The study is sponsored by Pfizer, the maker of Celebrex. And both Pfizer and Nissen believe the study is badly needed to find out which of these dr …"

"… brought to market amid great fanfare in the late 1990s. In November, 2001, Pfizer introduced a third COX-2, Bextra. These drugs, hailed as “super-aspirins …"

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"… . Also among the big spenders are industry heavyweights Eli Lilly and Co., Pfizer Inc., Amgen Inc., and Roche Holding AG. …"

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Showdown In The West

By Jim Morris and Josh Israel

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"… turers, the group counts several major pharmaceutical companies, including Pfizer, Roche and Johnson & Johnson, among its members.Regina Hall, AdvaMed's …"

"… g "vaccine shortage, safety, world health, and bioterrorism policy issues."Pfizer, the world's highest-grossing drug company, sponsored 12 trips valued at m …"

"… aux was working with House and Senate negotiators to draft the final bill, Pfizer flew him to New York for a one-day meeting.The trip was nothing new for Br …"

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"… t is no surprise that the largest companies are the top contributors. Pfizer gave the most for the 2004 election cycle, donating $1.6 million to f …"

"… votal role in raising and spending money in the wake of the soft money ban.Pfizer, PhRMA and GlaxoSmithKline are among the top 20 non-union interest gr …"

"… d the state legislature.In 2004, candidates in New York, the home state of Pfizer, the world's largest drug company, received nearly $1.5 million from the p …"