AMA triples spending on ads for uninsured campaign
Chicago Tribune, January 17, 2008
The American Medical Association says it will this year spend about $15 million on its Voice for the Uninsured Campaign-- tripling the amount it spends to promote its campaign for the uninsured. In 2007, the first phase of the campaign cost the AMA about $5 million from the August launch through the end of the year.
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