John McCain/Communications, Science and Intellectual Property

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Senator McCain supported the interests of the Computer & Communications Industry Association 64 percent in 2007. In 2006, Senator McCain supported the interests of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology 0 percent, while supporting the interests of the Parkinsons Action Network 100 percent.


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Technology and communication

Senator McCain supported the interests of the Computer & Communications Industry Association 64 percent in 2007.

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Stem Cell Research

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Science and medical research

Senator McCain supported the interests of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology 0 percent in 2006, while supporting the interests of the Parkinsons Action Network 100 percent.

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Arts and humanities

Senator McCain supported the interests of the National Trust for Historic Preservation 0 percent in 2005.

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