Political Action Committees
What is a PAC?
A Political Action Committee (PAC, for short) is a type of organization that serves to pool money and resources together from individuals and corporations to be spent in support (or opposition) of political candidates. There are both federal and state PACs that represent a diverse array of interests. Examples of PACs that promote the voice of physicians at the state and federals levels are:
Osteopathic Political Action Committee (OPAC) - Learn More!
Mississippi Medical Political Action Committee (MMPAC) - Learn More!