Payers Stop Funding Reps Who Didn’t Certify Election Results

Insurers and other health care organizations are halting or reconsidering donations to federal lawmakers who voted against certifying the results of the presidential election, in moves they say are designed to counter the extremism that led to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.

In some cases, these decisions could have a noticeable impact, as many of the organizations announcing changes to their policies gave to members of Congress who voted against certifying election results. But in other cases, the decisions may not have a substantial result since the organization in question hadn’t made many donations in the past or was announcing a review, rather than a change in policy.

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