Chalkboard with insurance words on it Examples of areas where the AMA will likely refocus its efforts include increased subsidies for Obamacare enrollees and other policies to stabilize the ACA marketplace. (Photo: Getty)

The American Medical Association, the formidable physicians lobby, announced on Thursday that it would no longer participate in a Partnership for America’s Health Care Future, a group mounting a campaign against Medicare for All and other Democratic proposals to expand government involvement in health care.

The AMA continues to oppose Medicare for All, group president James Madara said in a statement. However, he said the group wanted to focus on bolstering solutions it supports, rather than attacking those it opposes.

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