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If you’re a drug maker, you wouldn’t contribute to political candidates whose positions might crimp your bottom line, right?

Well, you might.


Drug makers, of course, regularly contribute to both Republican and Democratic candidates. But in some cases, a candidate’s view could have negative repercussions for the very products these companies market. And this appears to be possible when it comes to the highly charged issue of abortion, which is once again becoming a major flashpoint in the nation’s political discourse.

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