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Late health care push to focus on biggest cities
San Francisco Chronicle

With less than two months remaining to enroll in the health care marketplace, the federal government is focusing outreach efforts on areas with the largest concentrations of uninsured, including Texas’ Harris and Dallas counties.

According to a study conducted for The Associated Press, half of the nation’s uninsured live in just 113 of the 3,143 counties. Texas has the highest uninsured rate in the U.S. — about one in four people — and the two biggest concentrations in Texas are Harris and Dallas counties.

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