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The debate goes much deeper than who received money, but these numbers are still important:
In a 51-47 vote, 43 Senate Republicans and four Democrats filibustered to protect $24 billion in tax breaks for Big Oil 에이지 오브 엠파이어2 다운로드. Although a majority voted for Sen. Robert Menendez’s (D-NJ) bill, it fell short of the 60 needed. The only two Republicans to break rank were Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) and retiring Sen 다운로드. Olympia Snowe (R-ME).
A Think Progress Green analysis shows:
The 47 senators voting against the bill have received $23,582,500 in career contributions from oil and gas 다운로드. The 51 senators voting to repeal oil tax breaks have received $5,873,600.
Democrats who joined the Republicans in defeating the bill include Sens stay with me 악보. Mary Landrieu (D-LA), Ben Nelson (D-NE), Mark Begich (D-AK), and Jim Webb (D-VA).
The oil industry also spent over $146,000,000 on lobbying last year 다운로드.
55 percent of Americans want to see the subsidies stopped.
This morning I created 150,000 jobs. I put into motion a plan to support small business and fix healthcare.
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