Nearly 14,500 Floridians have signed up for the Affordable Care Act in November, more than any other state, according to figures released Wednesday.
The enrollment figures are considerably higher than the 3,500 in October when technical issues with healthcare.gov prevented most people from enrolling. In the last two months, nearly 18,000 Floridians have registered.
Nationwide, 394,682 people have signed up for private insurance coverage as of Nov. 30, according to the Health and Human Services Department. Officials had originally projected 1.2 million enrollments by the end of November.