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By GeoOrwell on 02-01-13 @ 9:23 am
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I’ve read on the Internet that the Senator received a campaign contribution from Amgen of $68,000.
The benefit to Amgen of its special treatment has been estimated at $500 million paid through
Medicare. Are these figures correct? If so, that is an astounding return on investment.
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