Here’s How Much McConnell Got From Big Pharma After Nixing a Bill to Lower Drug Prices | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Here’s How Much McConnell Got From Big Pharma After Nixing a Bill to Lower Drug Prices

The Senate Majority Leader said in September that he would not allow a vote on the Lower Drug Costs Now Act.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced in September that he would block any consideration of a bill to lower prescription drug costs. By the end of December, he had raked in more than $50,000 in contributions from political action committees and individuals tied to the pharmaceutical industry.

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