AHA-sponsored radio ads running in Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas and Virginia encourage uninsured listeners to sign up for health coverage through the exchanges during open enrollment, which ends Dec. 15. “We insure our phones to keep in touch. We insure our cars to keep us on the road,” the ads note. “Insuring our health keeps us thriving to do both and so much more.”
 

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