In this February 2015 photo, Madelaine Carrazana discusses Obamacare coverage with insurance agent Arturo Aguiar at the Univista Insurance branch on Flagler Street. About 1.7 million Floridians signed up for an Affordable Care Act plan for 2016, including an estimated 643,900 people in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area, according to federal healthcare officials.
In this February 2015 photo, Madelaine Carrazana discusses Obamacare coverage with insurance agent Arturo Aguiar at the Univista Insurance branch on Flagler Street. About 1.7 million Floridians signed up for an Affordable Care Act plan for 2016, including an estimated 643,900 people in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area, according to federal healthcare officials. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
In this February 2015 photo, Madelaine Carrazana discusses Obamacare coverage with insurance agent Arturo Aguiar at the Univista Insurance branch on Flagler Street. About 1.7 million Floridians signed up for an Affordable Care Act plan for 2016, including an estimated 643,900 people in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area, according to federal healthcare officials. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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