Kucinich is scheduled to make an appearance at the St. Petersburg, Fla., Sicko premier, according to the Ohio Congressman's campaign.
Kucinich, in his bid for the White House, has promoted a healthcare reform plan where healthcare providers like hospitals would be converted to not-for-profit and Americans would be enrolled in a Medicare-style health insurance plan, a concept in sync with the message of Moore's documentary that the profit-motive factor in the U.S. healthcare system is its major flaw.
"The other leading candidates are unlikely to be anywhere near a theater showing Sicko tonight," the Kucinich campaign said in a statement, "because their healthcare proposals ensure that for-profit insurance companies, health care providers and pharmaceutical companies will continue to play a major and very lucrative role in the U.S. system."
At a briefing in Washington last week, Moore endorsed a House bill co-authored by Kucinich that sets out the lawmaker's not-for-profit plan.
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