Which States Are Promoting Obamacare the Most, Least?
Posted at noon on July 25, 2013
“More money is being spent per capita in West Virginia than any other state to promote public awareness of the new health-care reform law,” according to a new report by the Associated Press.
“Data compiled by The Associated Press from federal and state sources show $17.1 million in outreach spending in West Virginia. That amounts to $9.23 per resident. The next-closest state is Arkansas, at $8.28 per resident.”
Meanwhile, the Washington Post notes that in neighboring Virginia, “the $3.9 million in outreach spending…amounts to 49 cents per resident. Only Wisconsin, at 46 cents, is spending less per capita.”