Les Moore lost his job driving 18-wheelers in April and hasn’t had health insurance since.
Tired of depending on his church to pay for his insulin, Moore, a diabetic, was among the first people at a West Palm Beach health fair Tuesday night, sitting down with an Affordable Care Act navigator, hoping to buy subsidized health coverage through healthcare.gov. But Moore left disappointed. His navigator couldn’t get into the website.
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