In this December 2014 photograph, Florida consumers wait outside an insurance brokerage at the Mall of the Americas, where they applied for an Affordable Care Act plan through the federal insurance exchange at healthcare.gov. Federal officials on Thursday announced that 8.8 million consumers selected a plan for 2018 on healthcare.gov during the open enrollment period that began on Nov. 1 and ended Dec. 15 — despite having fewer days to sign up. Florida led the 39 states using healthcare.gov, with 1.7 million consumers selecting a plan for 2018.
In this December 2014 photograph, Florida consumers wait outside an insurance brokerage at the Mall of the Americas, where they applied for an Affordable Care Act plan through the federal insurance exchange at healthcare.gov. Federal officials on Thursday announced that 8.8 million consumers selected a plan for 2018 on healthcare.gov during the open enrollment period that began on Nov. 1 and ended Dec. 15 — despite having fewer days to sign up. Florida led the 39 states using healthcare.gov, with 1.7 million consumers selecting a plan for 2018. Gaston De Cardenas Miami Herald/File
In this December 2014 photograph, Florida consumers wait outside an insurance brokerage at the Mall of the Americas, where they applied for an Affordable Care Act plan through the federal insurance exchange at healthcare.gov. Federal officials on Thursday announced that 8.8 million consumers selected a plan for 2018 on healthcare.gov during the open enrollment period that began on Nov. 1 and ended Dec. 15 — despite having fewer days to sign up. Florida led the 39 states using healthcare.gov, with 1.7 million consumers selecting a plan for 2018. Gaston De Cardenas Miami Herald/File

Florida leads states in Obamacare enrollment for 2018

December 21, 2017 05:06 PM