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Spanish language Obamacare website not ready for prime time, South Floridians say

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The federal government's Obamacare website for Spanish speakers, CuidadoDeSalud.gov, launched more than two months late. South Floridians who've tried the site are running into problems that are different from, but no less frustrating than, those people experienced with the early Healthcare.gov, Fusion reports. 

"When you get into the details of the plans, it's not all written in Spanish. It's written in Spanglish, so we end up having to translate it for them," Adrian Madriz, a healthcare navigator with Epilpsy Foundation of Florida told Fusion.

As enrollment of Hispanics and Latinos lags other populations, critics say the lack of a functioning Spanish-language site is leaving out the people the heatlh law was intended to help. Read the story.

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