Advocates Target Latinos in ACA Enrollment Outreach

The Texas Tribune's Becca Aaronson, working in partnership with Kaiser Health News, reports: "Though they make up roughly a third of the state’s population, Latinos account for nearly two-thirds of the more than 6 million Texans without health insurance. As a result, proponents of the Affordable Care Act in Texas are specifically targeting Latinos in their efforts to enroll people in a federal insurance marketplace aimed at helping the uninsured find coverage" (Aaronson, 10/15). Read the story.

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