Lawmakers Want Medicaid Dollars Out of Politics. Here’s Where the Money is Coming From

Rep. Mitch Greenlick is sick of this practice.

On May 23, state Rep. Mitch Greenlick (D-Portland) and four co-sponsors from his Democratic caucus took a first step toward cutting off a large and confounding source of political cash.

The legislation Greenlick is pushing, House Joint Resolution 32, would prohibit companies that get more than half of their funding from public sources from giving candidates or political action committees more than $500 a year.

Source: Lawmakers Want Medicaid Dollars Out of Politics. Here’s Where the Money is Coming From – Willamette Week