21 transactions on record as a recipient.

Ordered By: Year (Newer to Older)

#
Donor
Recipient
Amount
Year
Link
1Exxon MobilJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$30,0002012+
2Exxon MobilJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$30,0002011+
3Exxon MobilJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$15,0002010+
4Exxon MobilJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$15,0002009+
5PhRMAJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$20,0002008+
6MyWireless.orgJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$16,6672008+
7Exxon MobilJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$15,0002006+
8Exxon MobilJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$15,0002005+
9Smith Richardson FoundationJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$139,4002005+
10CIGNA FoundationJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$5,0002004+
11Exxon MobilJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$15,0002004+
12Exxon MobilJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$15,0002003+
13CIGNA FoundationJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$5,0002002+
14Exxon MobilJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$15,0002002+
15Smith Richardson FoundationJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$150,0002002+
16CIGNA FoundationJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$5,0002001+
17Exxon MobilJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$30,0002001+
18Exxon MobilJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$40,0002001+
19Smith Richardson FoundationJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$120,0002000+
20Smith Richardson FoundationJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$115,5001999+
21The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationJoint Center for Political and Economic Studies$58,8001991+
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