Nearly 1.3 million people in Florida have signed up for a health plan through the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchange at healthcare.gov as of Dec. 19, according to the Obama administration. The Miami-Fort Lauderdale led all local markets with more than 490,000 sign-ups as of Dec. 19 — the deadline to enroll for coverage that begins on New Year’s Day.
Nearly 1.3 million people in Florida have signed up for a health plan through the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchange at healthcare.gov as of Dec. 19, according to the Obama administration. The Miami-Fort Lauderdale led all local markets with more than 490,000 sign-ups as of Dec. 19 — the deadline to enroll for coverage that begins on New Year’s Day.
Nearly 1.3 million people in Florida have signed up for a health plan through the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchange at healthcare.gov as of Dec. 19, according to the Obama administration. The Miami-Fort Lauderdale led all local markets with more than 490,000 sign-ups as of Dec. 19 — the deadline to enroll for coverage that begins on New Year’s Day.

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Obamacare enrollment surges with Florida leading way, feds say

December 21, 2016 3:31 PM

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