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In Texas, Groups Work to Help Latinos Get Health Coverage

In Texas, where Latinos make up a large portion of the uninsured, the federal insurance marketplace may only be part of the solution. Grassroots groups and even Spanish-language media are stepping up help Latinos find coverage.

Patients wait to be seen at the People's Community Clinic in Austin, on Nov. 8, 2010.

In Texas, where Latinos make up a large portion of the uninsured, the federal insurance marketplace may only be part of the solution. On the ground, grassroots groups and even Spanish-language media are stepping up help Latinos find coverage. 

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