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Affordable Care Act: Millions still lack health insurance




Dr. Paul Schafer begins to make a mold for patient Ida Franklin during a free health clinic at the L.A. Sports Arena. Despite greater access to health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, the program will see 1,000 each day over the four-day event.
Dr. Paul Schafer begins to make a mold for patient Ida Franklin during a free health clinic at the L.A. Sports Arena. Despite greater access to health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, the program will see 1,000 each day over the four-day event.
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When the Affordable Care Act rolled out last fall, Californians enrolled in health coverage plans through Covered California and Medi-Cal. 

But, there are still millions who lack health care insurance. 

Undocumented people don't qualify for Obamacare benefits and many others find coverage too expensive, or difficult to enroll in.

The California Report's Lisa Morehouse met such a man.