In New Hampshire, where the Affordable Care Act remains unpopular, the state has exceeded expectations for insurance enrollments. Credit goes, in part, to a grass-roots campaign to sign people up. Brian Snyder/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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When Brad Stevens was young, his only "health insurance" was taking tons of vitamins and spending three hours at the gym every day. But after a serious bike accident and an expensive battle with thyroid cancer, the 59-year-old realized nobody's invincible. Heidi de Marco/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Illinois' health insurance marketplace is working to sign up Hispanics. About 29 percent of Latinos in the U.S. are uninsured. AP hide caption

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Latinos Wary Of All-Out Push To Sign Up For ACA

Latinos are the most uninsured group in the country, but they're newly leery of President Obama and the Affordable Care Act.

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Maygan Rollins, a field organizer with Enroll America, talked health insurance options with Jerry Correa during a recent campaign in Miami. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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Christine Moyer checks out options at a health insurance enrollment fair on March 18 in San Francisco. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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