Though nearly 1 million Floridians signed up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchanges in 2014, the Sunshine State still had the nation’s third-highest rate of uninsured that year, the U.S. Census Bureau reports. Pictured is an enrollment event at the Univista Insurance agency branch on Flagler Street in February 2015.
Though nearly 1 million Floridians signed up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchanges in 2014, the Sunshine State still had the nation’s third-highest rate of uninsured that year, the U.S. Census Bureau reports. Pictured is an enrollment event at the Univista Insurance agency branch on Flagler Street in February 2015. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Though nearly 1 million Floridians signed up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchanges in 2014, the Sunshine State still had the nation’s third-highest rate of uninsured that year, the U.S. Census Bureau reports. Pictured is an enrollment event at the Univista Insurance agency branch on Flagler Street in February 2015. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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