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[Washington Babylon]

Follow The Money, If You Can: Healthcare Reform

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From the Washington Post:

Many of the Washington interest groups that are seeking to shape final health-care legislation in the coming weeks operate with opaque financing, often receiving hidden support from insurers, drugmakers or unions. The groups, some newly formed and others reappearing with different sponsors, have spent months staging noisy protests, organizing letter-writing campaigns and contributing to a record $200 million advertising blitz on health-care reform…

The Institute for Liberty, for example, was a one-man conservative interest group with a Virginia post office box and less than $25,000 in revenue in 2008. Now, the organization has a Web site, a downtown Washington office and a $1 million advocacy campaign opposing President Obama’s health-care plans.

Andrew Langer, the group’s president, said the organization receives no funding from health-care firms but declined to provide details. “This year has been really serendipitous for us,” he said. “But we don’t talk about specific donors.”

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