Warring sides on healthcare carry their fight to TV and radio ads
New York Times, May 28, 2009
Interest groups are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on television and radio advertisements supporting or attacking healthcare legislation they expect to emerge from Congress. Five Congressional committees hope to approve the legislation next month, and the pace of the advertising has picked up this week.
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