About 115,000 people will lose their PPACA coverage this month if they don't submit their paperwork to show proof of citizenship or legal residency, the Obama administration again warned this week.

It's the latest such alert from the administration, which said it's made repeated attempts to reach consumers who failed to show valid proof of citizenship or legal residency for the insurance plans they bought through HealthCare.gov. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said they mailed out letters again to residents to notify them of the needed validation.

Of the 115,000 individuals, more than 35,000 live in Florida.

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