More than one in five Floridians don't have health insurance, according to a new report by the US Census Bureau. That's almost the worst in the nation. Only three other states -- Texas, New Jersey, and New Mexico -- have a higher percentage than Florida's 20.8. Massachusetts, meanwhile, has the lowest rate of uninsured people in the country, with only 4 percent.
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