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NPR and the Center for Public Integrity About 1750 companies and organizations have at least $ 1.

NPR and the Center for Public Integrity About 1750 companies and organizations have at least $ 1.2 billion in 2009 to work on lobbying teams to health care reform and other issues, according to an analysis of Senate lobbying disclosure documents. The clients who hired these firms ranged from the most influential organizations for small, non-profit stakeholders. Washington lawyer and lobbying expert Ken Gross, shouted the amount of money on the health reform debate unprecedented spending .

That Louisville Courier-Journal. ‘The focus on WellPoint was just one of Indiana – related key points in the debate. The proposed government decision-makers of medical devices for new industry fees to help in the Senate version of the law, pay the costs of expanding insurance coverage to 32 million people. Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly, the makers of drugs and medical products, was part of the agreement, that the pharmaceutical industry with the White House in the past year, such as pharmaceutical companies would help overhaul package.