While the uninsured rate among Latinos is still higher than that of all other demographic groups in the U.S., Latinos have also gained coverage at a greater rate than any other group since the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Indeed, new research affirms the disproportionate impact PPACA has had on Latino children.

Before the law's implementation, 11.5 percent of Latinos under the age of 18 lacked insurance, according to a report by the Georgetown Health Policy Institute in conjunction with La Raza, a Latino advocacy group.

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