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Texas again leads the nation in the rate of uninsured. More than 25 percent of the state’s population under age 65 – 5,771,479 people – has no health insurance coverage, according to recent Census Bureau data. In 24 Texas counties, a third or more of residents are uninsured.

Many of the uninsured are working adults whose employers do not offer insurance coverage or for whom the cost of coverage is prohibitive, according to the Texas Hospital Association.

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