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MIAMI (AP) — Thousands of non-English speaking Floridians who go online to sign up for Medicaid and other welfare programs are met with a frustrating barrier — the state’s main webpage is only in English, even though the applications a few clicks away are translated in Spanish and Creole. Health advocates worry how thousands of non-English speakers will fare in signing up for Medicaid expansion or sorting through complicated health plans under the federal health law that is confusing even for lawmakers.

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