Health Exchanges Uninsured Rate Of Hispanic Children In NY Hits Record Low By Dave Lucas • Jan 28, 2016 Listen Listening... / 3:35 A new study finds that New York has made significant progress in getting Hispanic children enrolled for health insurance. NY Senators Begin Examining Health Republic Failure By Dave Lucas • Jan 6, 2016 WAMC Photo by Dave Lucas Listen Listening... / 0:40 New York senators have begun examining last year's financial failure of the insurance cooperative Health Republic, hearing from hospitals and doctors who say they've got $200 million or more in unpaid bills and want the state to step in. Mixed Results For Conn. And Mass. In ACA Rollout By Jim Levulis • May 14, 2014 https://www.accesshealthct.com/AHCT/LandingPageCTHIX Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy was in Washington Tuesday to discuss the state's rollout of the Affordable Care Act. Speaking at a Center for American Progress event, Malloy touted Connecticut’s success in enrolling 208,000 people in plans through its online exchange, more than doubling its goal. State-Based Health Exchange Officials Provide Update On Enrollments By Pat Bradley • Jan 15, 2014 401(K) 2013/Creative Commons Listen Listening... / The monthly update from Families USA on the progress of five state-sponsored health insurance plans was held this afternoon.