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Health Insurance Companies support for Republicans switch Monentary
For 2010 elections, the industries are increasing Contributions to political campaigns – also hope to rise to power of his influence. This year, the lobbying group America's Health Insurance Plan and top five health insurance companies, gave three times more money for Republican candidates in the Senate and House of Representatives.
The question that many may have is: why health insurance companies to give money to Democrats in the first place? For the most part, the lobbyists will not have specific political ideology, but will make a donation to one of the parties think the majority can not succeed in achieving its objectives. Year old Barack Obama has opened triumphantly, and the Democratic Party controlled (albeit slightly) the two houses of Congress. In other words, if something is off, the Democrats should move beyond.
Health care reform has always been one top priority for the Obama administration. Insurance companies contributed to Democratic politicians to be more favorable to their interests in the debate. In many ways, succeeded – the insurers are largely responsible for helping to torpedo the public option held by the government supported by most liberals. He also managed to keep the lucrative individual mandate, which are supposed to lead to more affordable health insurance to bring more customers into the pool.
However, the political climate changes. The movement of the Tea Party has tripped many conservatives, and spoke at the polls, defeating the incumbent Republican moderates in their primaries for the candidates of the extreme right. Democrats should lose its majority in Congress so that interest groups must be in good relationships with potential new members of Congress that "I owe you one."
At the same time, the popularity of Obama declined. To build support, began painting the health insurance industry as a villain, rather than as ally. The Department of Health and Social Services will write specific guidelines for the industry must comply, and there are indications that these forecasts will be stricter policies.
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