You Probably Thought All That Money Was Being Spent on the Search for New Drugs

It’s official. The drug industry’s chief lobbyists — the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America — raised and spent at least $101.2 million in 2009 on advocacy efforts during the contentious health care debate, according to IRS documents the group filed in mid-November.              

Full report from Kaiser Health News.

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  1. Bruce says:

    This was all very self serving and very disgusting.

  2. Tom H. says:

    The drug companies sold out the doctors, the hospitals and the patients so that they could make a few extra bucks.

  3. Larry C. says:

    I was never fooled. I always thought they were spending millions to screw the rest of us.

  4. Joe S. says: