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White House using social media to debunk 'myths' about healthcare reform

The Obama administration has launched a Web page called Health Insurance Reform: Reality Check that disputes popular criticisms of the new policies. The contains video testimony from advisers and experts.


The Los Angeles Times writes:

The White House blasted links to the package out to more than 300,000 fans on Facebook and more than 900,000 on Twitter today. It also sent an e-mail acknowledging "scare tactics" being used to bash the programs. A few hours later, users of the social news site Digg voted Reality Check to the site's homepage. That potentially exposes Reality Check to millions of eyeballs.

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