In this February 2015 photo, an insurance agent helps a customer sign up for coverage through the Affordable Care Act exchange at healthcare.gov. The health law provided financial aid that reduced monthly premiums for more than 1.4 million Floridians in 2016. That financial aid would change under a plan unveiled this week by House Republicans, with older people who earn lower incomes faring worse than they did under the ACA, according to an analysis by Kaiser Family Foundation.
In this February 2015 photo, an insurance agent helps a customer sign up for coverage through the Affordable Care Act exchange at healthcare.gov. The health law provided financial aid that reduced monthly premiums for more than 1.4 million Floridians in 2016. That financial aid would change under a plan unveiled this week by House Republicans, with older people who earn lower incomes faring worse than they did under the ACA, according to an analysis by Kaiser Family Foundation. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
In this February 2015 photo, an insurance agent helps a customer sign up for coverage through the Affordable Care Act exchange at healthcare.gov. The health law provided financial aid that reduced monthly premiums for more than 1.4 million Floridians in 2016. That financial aid would change under a plan unveiled this week by House Republicans, with older people who earn lower incomes faring worse than they did under the ACA, according to an analysis by Kaiser Family Foundation. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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March 09, 2017 6:34 PM

In Florida, elderly and poor would fare worse under GOP healthcare plan

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