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Nation IN BRIEF : WASHINGTON, D.C. : Insurers' Health Ads Assailed by Kennedy

November 10, 1993|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee Chairman Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) joined the Clinton Administration's campaign against the health insurance industry, accusing one organization of using unfair scare tactics in its controversial $6.5-million advertising drive. Kennedy's criticism during a hearing before his committee echoed that of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton last week and was joined by several other Senate Democrats. Their complaints have escalated as polls show that public support for Clinton's proposal is dropping.

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