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Trump’s Legacy Looms Large as Colorado Aims to Close the Hispanic Insurance Gap

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Kaiser Health News

Armando Peniche Rosales has a crooked toe that for years has predicted the weather, growing sensitive when rain or cold is coming. “It never healed right,” said Peniche Rosales, who broke the middle toe on his left foot as a high school soccer player in Denver years ago and limped home without seeing a doctor. He was living in the U.S. without authorization at the time. From age 9, when he moved to Denver, until he was in his 20s, he didn’t have health insurance. The toe is a small reminder of the times his relatives felt they had “to choose between your health or your future” in the U.S., sai…

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