Insurance push to follow campaign

WASHINGTON: A dollars 2.5 million initiative to publicize the difficulties arising from the 44 million Americans who lack health insurance kicks off immediately after the election.

WASHINGTON: A dollars 2.5 million initiative to publicize the difficulties arising from the 44 million Americans who lack health insurance kicks off immediately after the election.

WASHINGTON: A dollars 2.5 million initiative to publicize the difficulties arising from the 44 million Americans who lack health insurance kicks off immediately after the election.

'Health Coverage 2000' conferences, organized by health policy PR specialists Garrett Yu Hussein and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, will be held across the US until the week before the inauguration.

GYH partner Patrick McCabe explained that one goal of the regional conferences is to generate publicity for possible solutions.

Participating groups cross the ideological spectrum, ranging from labor and professional organizations, such as the Service Employees International Union, to business and trade associations, such as the US Chamber of Commerce.

Another goal is to bring together congressional leaders and minority members of the House Ways and Means Committee with key stakeholder groups to engender discussion.



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