The American Medical Association announced the nationwide expansion of a campaign that seeks to focus the health care debate in the presidential election on the issue of the uninsured, The Hill reports. The multimillion-dollar 'Voice for the Uninsured' campaign, which includes advertisements and outreach efforts, last year targeted early presidential caucus and primary states -- Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina -- and Washington, D.C.
This week, television ads for the campaign began to air on cable networks, and print ads appeared in U.S. News & World Report. As the presidential election nears, print ads for the campaign will appear in other national magazines, and online ads will appear on MySpace and Facebook.
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Source: Kaiser Family Foundation