America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) says it will be rethinking how it handles contributions to political candidates in light of the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association announced last week that its political action committee will suspend contributions to lawmakers who voted to challenge the presidential Electoral College results.
Matt Eyles, president of the Washington-based health insurer group, put out a statement implying it’s possible that AHIP could do something similar.
“Last week’s violence and the incitement of it are shameful, abhorrent, and intolerable. We have been clear: We cannot condemn those actions more strongly.