Texas, Fla. Lead US In Rate Of Uninsured Residents

Law360, Miami (August 30, 2013, 5:52 PM ET) -- Texas and Florida lead the nation with the highest percentage of residents under 65 living without health insurance, according to newly released U.S. Census data, with about a quarter of that segment in each state's population lacking coverage.

The Lone Star State, at 25.7 percent, topped the Sunshine State's 24.8 percent rate in that demographic, which excludes Medicare-eligible seniors. That rate represents more than 5.7 million Texans of out a total of 22.4 million in the under-65 age group and 3.8 million Floridians out of a...
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