Former President Clinton will help explain and promote President Obama’s signature healthcare law next month.

The Clinton Foundation said Wednesday that the former president will address healthcare policy in a Sept. 4 address from his presidential library in Little Rock, Ark.

Clinton’s remarks will come about a month before the healthcare law’s new insurance marketplaces are scheduled to open in each state. 

{mosads}The White House is in the midst of an aggressive education and public-relations campaign to encourage the uninsured — especially uninsured young people — to sign up for new coverage options made available under the law.

“Excited to have President @BillClinton, once dubbed Secretary of Explaining Stuff, talk about the health reform law on 9/4 in Little Rock,” senior Obama adviser Dan Pfeiffer said on Twitter Wednesday.

Clinton’s speech will focus on “the critical role a high quality, affordable and accessible healthcare system plays in the United States and any country’s economic and social well being,” his foundation said.


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