SPOTLIGHT: Non-profits fight TX uninsured problem

A staggering 24 percent of Texas residents don't have health insurance--the highest uninsured rate in the nation, according to one estimate. Hoping to address the problem, a number of regional charities in the state which had previously focused on food and financial assistance to the poor have now opened clinics to treat the uninsured. Article

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