Why are there so many drug commercials on morning news shows?

Question by 最下の貢献者: Why are there so many drug commercials on morning news shows?
Are rich drug companies the only companies that can afford to advertise in these primetime slots? Is there a different reason?
Rev, I work too, but that’s when I’m getting dressed. I pop the tv on.

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Answer by bubbles
idk maybe because their dumb and want you to do drugs

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Consumer ad guidelines criticized.(News)(prescription drug advertising): An article from: Family Practice News

Consumer ad guidelines criticized.(News)(prescription drug advertising): An article from: Family Practice News

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Title: Consumer ad guidelines criticized.(News)(prescription drug advertising)
Author: Joyce Frieden
Publication: Family Practice News (Magazine/Journal)
Date: September 1, 2005
Publisher: Thomson Gale
Volume: 35 Issue: 17 Page: 2(1)

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