A kickback is a deal people make that benefits one person over another. It usually refers to political bribery.
A recent, well-known kickback was the Cornhusker Kickback. The Democrats did not have enough votes for Obamacare, so they bought off Democratic Senator Ben Nelson for the final vote. To buy his vote, the Democrats offered to give Senator Ben Nelson's state of Nebraska special status above other states. This did not go over well, and in the final bill, all states received the same special privileges as Nebraska.
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When elected officials accept kickbacks they're engaging in bribery or corruption.
Because they are all interested in the kickbacks from different people, there is some big money and big power involved.
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not "who", but "what is". the answer is Kickbacks.
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Kickbacks could be considered unethical due to them being a type of financial reward for cooperation similar to a bribe. The party offering a kickback is in effect bribing the other party into cooperating.
Billions. Unknown billions in kickbacks and legitimate income.
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