Members of Congress who were bribed to vote for the Health Care Bill...
StatePartyFirst NameLast NameJob StatusBribe RemarkAdditional Remark
CALIFORNIADEMOCRATSamFarrNON-ACTIVE$300 million to California — that would increase federal Medicare payments to doctors 
CONNECTICUTDEMOCRATChristopherDoddRETIREDSen. Christopher Dodd (D-Conn.) had written into the legislation $100 million for a medical center in his state.Out of office
FLORIDADEMOCRATBillNelsonACTIVEFlorida, New York and Pennsylvania will have their seniors' Medicare Advantage benefits protected, even as the program sees massive cuts elsewhere. 
IOWADEMOCRATTomHarkinRETIREDObtained more Medicare money for low-volume hospitals in Iowa.Out of office
LOUISIANADEMOCRATMaryLandrieuLOST ELECTIONSen. Mary Landrieu received $300 million in aid for Louisiana for voting 'yes' in a healthcare reform vote.Out of office
MASSACHUSETTSDEMOCRATJohnKerryNON-ACTIVEVermont and Massachusetts got $1.2 billion in Medicaid moneyRetired from senate when appointed as Secretary of State.
MONTANADEMOCRATMaxBaucusRETIREDSecured Medicare coverage for anybody exposed to asbestos -- as long as they worked in a mine in Libby, Mont.Out of office
NEBRASKADEMOCRATBenNelsonRETIREDObtained increased federal funds to cover his state’s cost of covering an expanded Medicaid population. Also won a "carve out" provision that would reduce fees for Mutual of Omaha and other Nebraska insurers.Out of office
NEVADADEMOCRATHarryReidRETIREDReed was providing the bribes and stated "I don't know if there is a senator that doesn't have something in this bill that was important to them, and if they don't have something in it important to them, then it doesn't speak well of them."Will not run for re-election in 2016.
NEW YORKDEMOCRATCharlesSchumerACTIVE Florida, New York and Pennsylvania -- where five of six senators are Democrats -- will have their seniors' Medicare Advantage benefits protected, even as the program sees massive cuts elsewhere. 
NORTH DAKOTADEMOCRATKentConradRETIREDReceived higher federal reimbursement rates for doctors and hospitals that serve Medicare pations. Also received a specific right to the Bank of North Dakota to issue federally subsidized student loans if the healthcare bill passes.Out of office
NORTH DAKOTADEMOCRATByronDorganRETIREDReceived higher federal reimbursement rates for doctors and hospitals that serve Medicare pations. Sen. Kent Conrad, D-N.D., chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, defended the "special deal"Out of office
OHIODEMOCRATDennisKucinichLOST ELECTIONChanged his vote from NO to YES after Obama gave him a plane ride on Air Force One. A cheap date?Out of office
TENNESSEEDEMOCRATBartGordonRETIREDWas promised the job of NASA Administrator in exchange for his vote on the Senate Healthcare Bill.Out of office
TENNESSEEDEMOCRATJohnTannerRETIREDWas promised an appointment as U.S. Ambassador to NATO in exchange for his vote on the Senate Healthcare Bill.Out of office
VERMONTINDEPENDENTBernardSandersACTIVEVermont and Massachusetts got $1.2 billion in Medicaid money