Latest Findings for Insurance

Wall Street Banks Contribute More Than Twice as Much to Members Voting Yes on Dodd-Frank Rollback

Dec. 17, 2014 – On December 13th, the Senate passed the 2015 federal budget (H.R. 83) by a vote of 54-40, appropriating more than $1 trillion for federal agencies. The House passed the 1,600 page bill earlier in the week.  Read more

As Tax Reform Enters the Debt Ceiling Debate, A Look at Top Contributors to Key Lawmakers

Ben Nelson to Represent Regulators from His Top-Contributing Industry

Sunshine Week: MapLight's Newly Launched Topic Pages Allow Journalists and Citizens to Search for Bills by Issue Area

House Puts Social Issues on the Calendar, Passes Bill Banning Federal Funding for Abortion

Nursing Home Lobbying Group Seeking Exemption from Health Care Law Due to High Costs Contributed $4.5 Million in Last Decade

Health Care Repeal: Senators Voted in Alignment With Their Contributions

Contributions to the Four Committees Instructed to Draft Changes to Health Care Overhaul's Support and Opposition Research: H.R. 2 - Health Care Repeal

Dems Voting No on Prescription Drug Imports Receive More Pharma Money

Lieberman Among Top Recipients of Health Insurance Money; Opposes Medicare Expansion

Public Option Dies in Senate While Health Industry Money Flows

Committee Dems Voting Against Public Option Received Twice as Much Money from Health Insurers as Dems Voting Against Industry

Blue Dog Dems Receive More Health Insurance Funds than House Republicans