A man dressed as the Statue of Liberty advertises for an Affordable Care Act enrollment center on a Little Havana sidewalk in early 2015. Despite coverage gains under the health law, many Floridians remain uninsured, according to an analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
A man dressed as the Statue of Liberty advertises for an Affordable Care Act enrollment center on a Little Havana sidewalk in early 2015. Despite coverage gains under the health law, many Floridians remain uninsured, according to an analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation. NICK SWYTER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
A man dressed as the Statue of Liberty advertises for an Affordable Care Act enrollment center on a Little Havana sidewalk in early 2015. Despite coverage gains under the health law, many Floridians remain uninsured, according to an analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation. NICK SWYTER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Study: Working poor, undocumented immigrants remain uninsured in Florida

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