Marta Maravilla, (left with hat) Gladys Zelaya, (center) and Carlota Asencio, (right) listen to a navigator from Epilepsy Foundation of Florida speak to uninsured Hispanic nursery workers about Obamacare during their lunch break, at Plants In Design, a bromeliad nursery, located at 20905 SW 162nd Ave in Homestead, in October 2013. Since then, more than 4 million Hispanics have gained health insurance, federal officials report.
Marta Maravilla, (left with hat) Gladys Zelaya, (center) and Carlota Asencio, (right) listen to a navigator from Epilepsy Foundation of Florida speak to uninsured Hispanic nursery workers about Obamacare during their lunch break, at Plants In Design, a bromeliad nursery, located at 20905 SW 162nd Ave in Homestead, in October 2013. Since then, more than 4 million Hispanics have gained health insurance, federal officials report. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff
Marta Maravilla, (left with hat) Gladys Zelaya, (center) and Carlota Asencio, (right) listen to a navigator from Epilepsy Foundation of Florida speak to uninsured Hispanic nursery workers about Obamacare during their lunch break, at Plants In Design, a bromeliad nursery, located at 20905 SW 162nd Ave in Homestead, in October 2013. Since then, more than 4 million Hispanics have gained health insurance, federal officials report. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff

Many Hispanics eligible for Obamacare remain uninsured, federal officials say

January 06, 2016 07:03 PM

UPDATED January 06, 2016 08:24 PM

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