DETROIT, MI -- A new political advertising campaign in support of the Iran nuclear deal, which aims to increase monitoring and ensure Iran doesn't manufacture nuclear weapons, is expected to launch in Michigan this week.
The $2 million, three-week ad campaign targets Michigan and four other states. It's being paid for by J-Street, a pro-Israel advocacy organization, and is part of a larger $5 million effort by J-Street to sway or solidify the votes of key legislators.
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