Lisa McCormick takes the "Patients Over Profits" pledge
Lisa McCormick has taken the "Patients Over Profits" pledge, which is supported by a broad coalition of organizations, including National Nurses United, the largest union of registered nurses in the country.
Members of the corporate front group known as Partnership for America’s Health Care Future, directly profit off of the pain, suffering, and, in the worst cases, death of patients, and they use those profits to buy political influence to defend a wasteful system that is failing tens of millions of people.
The so-called partnership is a corporate front group that was formed to block any attempts at repairing our broken health care system. This dirty money has no place in a democratic republic. It is time to outlaw bribery in all forms, starting with the voluntary refusal by candidates to accept those bribes.
If you have any questions about the pledge, visit PatientsOverProfits.org.
"I pledge that I will not take contributions over $200 from executives, lobbyists, and PACs affiliated with the hospital, insurance, and pharma corporations within the corporate front group, Partnership for America’s Health Care Future, and instead pledge to put the health, well-being, and safety of my constituents over corporate health industry profits."