Pacific Standard, September 20, 2017

On average, senators who didn't sign Bernie Sanders' single-payer plan received about $48,000 from these industries between November of 2010 and November of 2016. That's nearly twice as much as the 17 senators who signed it. "The money is more than likely grossly undercounted," says Paul Jorgensen, a political scientist who studies campaign finance.

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