CongressDaily: House Mental Health Bill Opponents Gave More To Members
Pamela Behrsin | March 14, 2008
March 7, 2008 - "Groups that opposed a mental health parity bill that passed the House Wednesday gave five times the amount of campaign contributions to lawmakers than proponents over the past two years, according to data from, a nonprofit organization that tracks campaign money and members' votes...
Lawmakers’ Votes Align With Campaign Dollars on Mine Safety Bill
admin | January 16, 2008
January 16, 2008 - Lawmakers' votes aligned with campaign dollars on the mine safety bill passed today (HR 2768, the S-Miner Act).Supporters--primarily mining and manufacturing unions--gave an average of nine times more to legislators who voted Yes, compared to legislators who voted No.
Payday Lending Campaign Dollars Pave Way for Industry-Friendly Laws
Dan Newman | May 23, 2007
$8 Million in Campaign Contributions Paves the Way for $4.6 Billion in Loan FeesReport links Payday Loan Industry Campaign Contributions to Regulatory Legislation in State LegislaturesMay 24, 2007 - In a report released today,, a nonprofit, nonpartisan research group, found that the payday lending industry has dramatically increased its state campaign contributions over the last eight years...
Net-Neutrality Bill
Dan Newman |
May 10, 2006 - This customized view shows telcom utilities, like BellSouth, supporting HR 5252, and online services, such as Google, opposing it.
What is the Price of Our Children’s Health?
Dan Newman |
March 20, 2006 - More fresh fruit in school breakfasts--it sounds like a good idea for everyone. This fall legislators sought an $18 million pilot program to help schools pay for fresh fruit.But there was a voice of opposition--the food processing industry. They benefit from more sales of canned, dried, and frozen fruit, not fresh.