25 unusual ways that Obamacare is being promoted

ADVANCE FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 - This print advertisement provided by Connect for Health Colorado shows part of the campaign to promote Colorado’s new health insurance marketplace, part of the nation’s health care overhaul. Denver-based advertising and digital marketing agency Pilgrim designed a campaign to remind people of the good feeling they get when they win, said Pilgrim CEO Tom Leydon. Colorado is one of many states launching campaigns this summer to get the word out before enrollment for new health insurance benefits begins Oct. 1. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Connect for Health Colorado)

Promoting Obamacare

Obamacare supporters are pulling out all the stops to get people signed up for insurance.With less than 50 days to go before the 2010 health care law's insurance exchanges go online, government agencies, private companies and grassroots organizers are trying all kinds of things to get the word out.Overall, the campaign to tell the uninsured how to sign up for coverage is expected to cost at least $684 million.Here's a list of the more unusual ways the law is being …

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