Omar Luna, a 38-year-old mechanic from Miami, signs up for health coverage for the first time under the Affordable Care Act with Epilepsy Foundation of Florida healthcare counselor Nathalie Mathias at the Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center Thursday. Enrollment has spiked in the last few weeks as consumers rush to sign up before open enrollment ends on Feb. 15.
Omar Luna, a 38-year-old mechanic from Miami, signs up for health coverage for the first time under the Affordable Care Act with Epilepsy Foundation of Florida healthcare counselor Nathalie Mathias at the Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center Thursday. Enrollment has spiked in the last few weeks as consumers rush to sign up before open enrollment ends on Feb. 15. Chabeli Herrera THE MIAMI HERALD
Omar Luna, a 38-year-old mechanic from Miami, signs up for health coverage for the first time under the Affordable Care Act with Epilepsy Foundation of Florida healthcare counselor Nathalie Mathias at the Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center Thursday. Enrollment has spiked in the last few weeks as consumers rush to sign up before open enrollment ends on Feb. 15. Chabeli Herrera THE MIAMI HERALD

Sign-ups spike in last days of Obamacare open enrollment

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