AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas hospitals, clinics and charities are gearing up to help uninsured Texans enroll in health care exchanges after Gov. Rick Perry declared the state government would do as little as possible to help implement the Affordable Care Act.
Millions of Texans without health insurance became eligible Tuesday to buy coverage through a federally controlled online marketplace. Texas is one of 27 states that did not set up its own health insurance exchange because of Republican opposition to the plan.
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