Clintons Have Taken In Millions From Drug Companies For Speeches

Bill and Hillary Clinton have raked in between $1.6 million to $2.6 million from paid speeches to pharmaceutical trade associations or companies.

This news comes as Hillary Clinton is sharpening her rhetoric attacking drug companies in the midst of her Democratic primary fight.

Hillary Clinton brought in $335,000 from the Biotechnology Industry Organization, $225,000 from the Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (PCMA), and $250,000 from the Drug Chemical & Associated Technologies Association, Inc, all in 2014.

For his part, Bill Clinton took $200,000 from PCMA in 2012, and another $200,000 from the Pharmaceutical Research And Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) in 2011.

See the list below:

The Clintons’ Paid Speeches From Pharmaceutical Industry by America Rising PAC