Florida leads the 38 states using the Affordable Care Act insurance exchange at healthcare.gov with nearly 600,000 people signed up through Dec. 5, federal health officials said Wednesday. In 2015, Florida also led all states using the exchange, with 1.3 million people covered. In this 2015 photo, a man dressed as the statue of liberty advertises for an Affordable Care Act enrollment center on a Little Havana sidewalk.
Florida leads the 38 states using the Affordable Care Act insurance exchange at healthcare.gov with nearly 600,000 people signed up through Dec. 5, federal health officials said Wednesday. In 2015, Florida also led all states using the exchange, with 1.3 million people covered. In this 2015 photo, a man dressed as the statue of liberty advertises for an Affordable Care Act enrollment center on a Little Havana sidewalk. NICK SWYTER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Florida leads the 38 states using the Affordable Care Act insurance exchange at healthcare.gov with nearly 600,000 people signed up through Dec. 5, federal health officials said Wednesday. In 2015, Florida also led all states using the exchange, with 1.3 million people covered. In this 2015 photo, a man dressed as the statue of liberty advertises for an Affordable Care Act enrollment center on a Little Havana sidewalk. NICK SWYTER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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December 09, 2015 1:15 PM

Nearly 600,000 Floridians signed up for Obamacare plans so far, feds say

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