Ohio to be hands-off in promoting health care law

Published: 07/29/2013

COLUMBUS — Ohio officials are taking a hands-off approach when it comes to spreading information about the federal health care law.

No social media campaigns, marketing, advertising or outreach efforts are in the works. “We don’t have any plans to do those activities,” said Chris Brock, a spokesman for the Ohio Department of Insurance.

That means it will be left to providers, health centers, food banks and other groups to get the word out about the law to the more than 1.5 million uninsured Ohioans.

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