South Floridians' biggest question about marketplace plans: Will they be affordable?
from Miami Herald via Kaiser Health News
One 47-year-old cancer survivor thinks the Affordable Care Act could save her life. But a 28-year-old real estate agent sees the law requiring health insurance for everyone as a safeguard he doesn't need. And for an immigrant nursery worker in southern Miami-Dade County, health insurance is a luxury she never thought she could afford — and is afraid she still can't. South Floridians are sifting through information about the most sweeping social program to affect Americans since Congress enacted Medicare in 1965.
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