Reuters is reporting that the Clinton Health Access Initiative, which was originally part of the Clinton Foundation has not published a list of donor’s despite Hillary Clinton’s promise to do so:
At the outset, the Clinton Foundation did indeed publish what they said was a complete list of the names of more than 200,000 donors and has continued to update it. But in a breach of the pledge, the charity’s flagship health program, which spends more than all of the other foundation initiatives put together, stopped making the annual disclosure in 2010, Reuters has found.
In response to questions from Reuters, officials at the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) and the foundation confirmed no complete list of donors to the Clintons’ charities has been published since 2010. CHAI was spun off as a separate legal entity that year, but the officials acknowledged it still remains subject to the same disclosure agreement as the foundation.
2nd Vote’s ‘Follow the Money’ article in RedState two weeks ago highlighted instances where corporations that had made contributions to the Clinton Foundation had received assistance from the Clinton State Department. We called on the Foundation to cease accepting corporate funds and return corporate donations while Mrs. Clinton was contemplating a Presidential run. You can read the article here.