Adilia Martinez, 57, reads over a pamphlet, written in Spanish, about the different plans offered by the Affordable Care Act. Martinez was at the Jessie Trice Community Health Center last year to speak with counselors who were available to help people sign up for health coverage. This year people can begin signing up on Nov. 15.
Adilia Martinez, 57, reads over a pamphlet, written in Spanish, about the different plans offered by the Affordable Care Act. Martinez was at the Jessie Trice Community Health Center last year to speak with counselors who were available to help people sign up for health coverage. This year people can begin signing up on Nov. 15. EMILY MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Adilia Martinez, 57, reads over a pamphlet, written in Spanish, about the different plans offered by the Affordable Care Act. Martinez was at the Jessie Trice Community Health Center last year to speak with counselors who were available to help people sign up for health coverage. This year people can begin signing up on Nov. 15. EMILY MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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