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Heather Graham Stars In PSA Ad Promoting Public Option Health Insurance

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Sure, if you’re living green and eating green and buying green you’re less likely to get sick, but nobody is immune from sickness all the time. But what happens when you can’t afford insurance?

Heather Graham is getting her funny on and raising awareness for the Public Health Insurance Option in a new PSA. In the advertisement, Graham plays the part of the Public Option and challenges “lazy” insurance companies to some good old American competition. The PSA states:

“Insurance companies have gotten lazy — bloated from the profits of raising our healthcare care costs sky high while the healthcare crisis keeps getting worse and worse. Public Option is the key to quality, afforadable health care for Americans. And over 70 percent of Americans want the Public Option. Some in Washington say this is unfair competition, but competition is as American as apple pie.”

Check out the PSA below and tell us what you think!

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