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More than 550k in D.C. region go without health insurance

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More than half a million Washington-area residents under 65 years of age don't have health insurance, and nearly one of every three of them is living at or near poverty, new census data released Wednesday show. D.C. boasts the region's most comprehensive coverage for its low-income residents, with just 13 percent uninsured, while Northern Virginia has the region's worst rates, with up to 44...

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