Healthcare lobbying cools down one year after reform law’s passage – The Hill’s Healthwatch

The money spent on healthcare lobbying has dropped off considerably from a year ago when Congress was in the midst of the healthcare reform debate, according to disclosure records filed this week.

The main exceptions, as expected, are health insurance plans that are battling to shape an array of pending regulations that seek to overhaul their business model.

More at Healthcare lobbying cools down one year after reform law’s passage – The Hill’s Healthwatch.

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