FIVE-YEAR MARK: A man dressed as the statue of liberty advertises for an Affordable Care Act enrollment center on a Little Havana sidewalk. As the Affordable Care Act marks its fifth anniversary on Monday,  the law has taken twists and turns, moving off course from where everyone thought it would be.
FIVE-YEAR MARK: A man dressed as the statue of liberty advertises for an Affordable Care Act enrollment center on a Little Havana sidewalk. As the Affordable Care Act marks its fifth anniversary on Monday, the law has taken twists and turns, moving off course from where everyone thought it would be. NICK SWYTER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
FIVE-YEAR MARK: A man dressed as the statue of liberty advertises for an Affordable Care Act enrollment center on a Little Havana sidewalk. As the Affordable Care Act marks its fifth anniversary on Monday, the law has taken twists and turns, moving off course from where everyone thought it would be. NICK SWYTER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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