I'm Dr. A, and I approved this message... (Story from WBAL-TV in Baltimore)
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A rally was held in Washington D.C. Wednesday to bring attention to a shortage of family physicians.
The American Academy of Family Physicians said they want Congress to increase medical payments to family doctors.
They also said they want voters to question candidates about health care.
A workforce report by the group showed the number of family physicians has dropped by 50 percent as younger doctors opt for specialties that offer better pay.