Velkis Silva, right, a counselor for the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida, helps restaurant server Elisa Flores, left, sign up for a health plan through the Affordable Care Act during open enrollment for 2015. Nearly $10 million in grants were announced Wednesday for Floridians to receive in-person enrollment assistance.
Velkis Silva, right, a counselor for the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida, helps restaurant server Elisa Flores, left, sign up for a health plan through the Affordable Care Act during open enrollment for 2015. Nearly $10 million in grants were announced Wednesday for Floridians to receive in-person enrollment assistance. NICK SWYTER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Velkis Silva, right, a counselor for the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida, helps restaurant server Elisa Flores, left, sign up for a health plan through the Affordable Care Act during open enrollment for 2015. Nearly $10 million in grants were announced Wednesday for Floridians to receive in-person enrollment assistance. NICK SWYTER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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