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One out of every six Nevadans has no health insurance, according to a recent Census Bureau report, making Nevada the fifth least insured state in the union. Among uninsured Americans, the largest group is Latinos. As KNPR's Ky Plaskon reports, efforts to help Nevada's uninsured are fledgling at best.

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Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz <a href="">initially claimed</a> his private insurance had been canceled. It turned out his insurer had transferred him to a plan with a narrow network of providers.
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