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Today's Influence Ads: AVMA Calls for APHIS Funding

The American Veterinary Medical Association has a new ad today supporting strong funding for the Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, according to a compilation of print influence ads by Kantar Media's Campaign Media Analysis Group. The ad features a list of diseases and says: "There is a reason most Americans do not recognize these diseases. It's because we don't have them in the United States. APHIS worries about foreign animal diseases so you don't have to."

The National Association of Realtors and the National Retail Federation also have new ads today, coinciding with the organizations' fly-ins.

As today's Washington Eye shows, Citigroup, the Coalition for American Solar Manufacturing, National Pork Producers Council, Travel Channel and the U.S.-Colombia Business Partnership have new ads.

Others with ads today are America's Natural Gas Alliance, the American Beverage Association, Boeing, CTIA, GE, Goldman Sachs, the International Council of Shopping Centers, Lockheed Martin, Mars, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, Nuclear Energy Institute, Pepco, Pfizer, TriWest Healthcare Alliance and WTOP.

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