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Obama Administration Campaign Will Publicize Health Care Subsidies
New York Times

The Obama administration on Thursday said that it would wage a national advertising campaign to counter a perception among people with low incomes that health insurance under the Affordable Care Act was not affordable.

The television advertisements say that most people who sign up for insurance at can “qualify for financial help to make coverage more affordable,” with images showing that people who work in restaurants and at other low-wage jobs can slash their premiums with such assistance.

A three-month open enrollment period, during which people can compare and select health plans, begins Sunday.