In this 2015 photo, a man advertises for an Affordable Care Act enrollment center on a Little Havana sidewalk. State regulators said this month that 15 insurance companies have filed proposals to sell ACA-compliant plans in Florida next year, including 11 companies that intend to sell on the ACA exchange. Those insurers have requested an average 17.7 percent increase in premiums.
In this 2015 photo, a man advertises for an Affordable Care Act enrollment center on a Little Havana sidewalk. State regulators said this month that 15 insurance companies have filed proposals to sell ACA-compliant plans in Florida next year, including 11 companies that intend to sell on the ACA exchange. Those insurers have requested an average 17.7 percent increase in premiums. NICK SWYTER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
In this 2015 photo, a man advertises for an Affordable Care Act enrollment center on a Little Havana sidewalk. State regulators said this month that 15 insurance companies have filed proposals to sell ACA-compliant plans in Florida next year, including 11 companies that intend to sell on the ACA exchange. Those insurers have requested an average 17.7 percent increase in premiums. NICK SWYTER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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