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"… iding blanket coverage of the entire country in documenting efforts by big pharmaceutical companies to buy political influence to block and delay legislation and im …"

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"… nufacturers stood behind HF, used by many of its members, from refiners to pharmaceutical companies. “Refiners have safely and responsibly operated hydrofluoric a …"

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"… ated drugs in favor of older painkillers or heroin. In the last two years, pharmaceutical companies have made a concerted under-the-radar push for bills benefiting …"

"… service. Several of the bill sponsors said they received the wording from pharmaceutical lobbyists. Since 2012, at least 21 bills related to the drugs have become …"

"… the time. She still supports the bill. “I want to believe that in every pharmaceutical company there still remains some sort of humanity,” she said. “Saving …"

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"… …"

"… mulations, and several of the sponsors said they received the wording from pharmaceutical lobbyists. At least 21 bills related to abuse-deterrent drugs have be …"

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"… ar. The groups can accept unlimited donations and annually count numerous pharmaceutical companies, insurers and major corporations among their top donors. The big …"

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"… na Republic (Phoenix, Ariz.) “There's a troubling disconnect between the pharmaceutical industry and the people who need its products.…Americans need Congress t …"

"… iss.) “It is improbable — given as much money is at stake — that the pharmaceutical industry will police itself. And while medical groups are aware of the pro …"

"… nto addiction and, often, die.” The Daily Item (Sunbury, Pa.) “If the pharmaceutical companies are sincere with their promise to be part of the solution, then …"

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"… illers affecting people across the country and the hidden alliance between pharmaceutical companies and politicians which has arguably delayed any resolution to the …"

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"… nkillers are among the most widely prescribed medications in the U.S., but pharmaceutical companies and allied groups have a multitude of legislative interests beyo …"

"… fueled the trend, including new medical guidelines, insurance policies and pharmaceutical marketing for long-acting drugs like OxyContin. The drug’s manufacturer …"

"… onnection with opioids and ties between some of the report authors and the pharmaceutical industry were covered by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in 2014. Nearly h …"

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"… with chronic pain, but opponents still fought back, with lobbyists for the pharmaceutical industry quietly mobilizing in increased numbers to quash the measure. Th …"

"… ble gun lobby recorded for similar activities during that same period. The pharmaceutical companies and allied groups have a number of legislative interests in addi …"

"… f the drugmakers’ battles to limit opioids. For instance, they show that pharmaceutical companies and their allies ramped up their lobbying and campaign contribut …"

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"… the Center for Public Integrity teamed up to investigate the influence of pharmaceutical companies on state and federal policies regarding opioids, the powerful pa …"

"… using nearly identical language that some legislators said was supplied by pharmaceutical lobbyists. pharmaceutical companies lobby for such laws, which typically r …"

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"… the first major moves to place limits on opioid painkiller prescriptions, pharmaceutical companies fought back — using the Pain Care Forum, a national network of …"

"… ation of State Medical Boards, a group that has received some funding from pharmaceutical companies. Drugmakers paid $825,000 to distribute the book in dozens of st …"

"… d both those and the prescribing book, and no longer receives funding from pharmaceutical companies, she said. The drug industry relied upon lobbyists and politica …"

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"… ney from a lumber company. It’s not money from Johnson & Johnson and pharmaceutical companies.” — interview Feb. 19, 2016, with Fox News’ Greta Van Sust …"

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"… to obtain it in Indiana. That's thanks to the quick work done by the pharmaceutical companies that swooped in to lobby the legislature there. Drug lobbyists h …"

"… have passed in at least 18 states and Puerto Rico since 2013. Though pharmaceuticals in the U.S. are primarily regulated by the federal Food and Drug Administ …"

"… he opioid epidemic claims lives. With broad reach in multiple states, the pharmaceutical and health products industry dominates the lobbying landscape, making up&n …"

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"… nflict of interest for the attorney general, whose wife was lobbying for a pharmaceutical company that the state was suing. In September, a state judge ruled t …"

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"… 50,000. Still, the group’s largest donors in 2013 were labor unions and pharmaceutical companies. The International Association of Firefighters and the American …"

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"… and non-profit arm. The DGA’s top donors in 2013 were labor unions and pharmaceutical companies, according to filings submitted to the Internal Revenue Service. …"

"… rers of America, donated $325,000. Health insurer Aetna gave $300,000 and pharmaceutical giant Pfizer gave $275,650. Other top donors included hedge fund billionai …"

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"… which ran ads attacking Hassan. The RGA, whose donors include energy and pharmaceutical companies, along with billionaire conservatives, pumped more than $8 milli …"

"… Capitol Hill aide who went on to have a lucrative career as a lobbyist for pharmaceutical companies, Morrisey was helped by more than $2.1 million spent by two nonp …"

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"… for the U.S. Chamber and National Association of Manufacturers, including pharmaceutical company Pfizer Inc. (both), railroad operator Norfolk Southern Corp. (both …"

"… er Intel Corp., tech behemoth Microsoft Corp., aerospace giant Boeing Co., pharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. and railroad operator CSX Corp. Some of …"

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"… enjoyed a windfall last summer when he sold his stock in Amgen, Inc., the pharmaceutical company that was party in a case that came before the Supreme Court in its …"

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"… for Responsive Politics. The firm has wide range of clients, including the pharmaceutical company Allergan, the Brewers Association and the Coalition for Rational a …"

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"… sponsors of judicial travel are some of the world’s largest oil and pharmaceutical companies and a relatively small number of right-wing, “free market” n …"

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"… l lead to the ruination of the Medicare prescription drug program, destroy pharmaceutical companies’ incentive to develop new life-saving medicines and even imper …"

"… s.  Before the Medicare Part D drug program was created in 2006, the pharmaceutical industry paid rebates to the government to help pay for those folks’ med …"

"… in the United States alone. When you consider that the profit margins for pharmaceutical companies are among the highest in the corporate world, that translates in …"

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"… regulations.   In both cases, you’d be wrong. It’s actually the pharmaceutical industry that spends the most each year to influence our lawmakers, forkin …"

"… ng to do with the fact that our nation’s legislators turn a blind eye as pharmaceutical companies engage in predatory pricing practices while enjoying exclusive r …"

"… d news for Medicare beneficiaries, of course, but even better news for the pharmaceutical industry. That’s because the industry’s friends in Congress (and the W …"

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"… orporations and special interests, including Affiliated Computer Services, pharmaceutical firm GlaxoSmithKline, defense contractor Raytheon, energy giant …"

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"… lic’s interest and bringing costs down, but on protecting the profits of pharmaceutical companies, insurance firms and other special interests that grease the pal …"

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"… r businesses sponsoring the inaugural include United Therapeutics Corp., a pharmaceutical firm; Financial Innovations, Inc., a marketing firm that produced Obama ca …"

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"… resident Doug DeVos and Michael Jandernoa, the former president and CEO of pharmaceutical company Perrigo, who each donated $100,000 to the group in October.Ads fro …"

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"… ept the money even if it were offered.“I’ve never raised a dime from a pharmaceutical company,” said Republican state Sen. Jason Priest, a board member and fo …"

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"… he prospect of a mutiny from conservative activists, his allies within the pharmaceutical industry stepped in to help defend him. New documents obtained by the&nbs …"

"… nd of PhRMA Hatch received more campaign contributions from the pharmaceutical industry than any other member of Congress in the 2011-2012 election cycle …"

"… lif., that helped allow generic drugs to flourish but also gave brand-name pharmaceutical companies new powers to contest patent infringements by generics. And he …"

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"… nment, women’s rights, minorities’ rights.” Sheri took a job with a pharmaceutical company in Pasadena, hoping to save money for law school. She was intrigue …"

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