The money the health insurance industry paid to lobby against health care reform is eliciting criticism.

Bloomberg reports that health insurers spent $86 million to blunt health care reform passage in 2009. The money was allegedly funneled through America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP)] to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce which paid for polling and advertisements attacking the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.  

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