Latino enrollment in new insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. the health care reform law, or ACA) has been far lower than expected, the Latino Post reports. Poor performance and lack of features on the Spanish-language version of were initially blamed for keeping the Latino total low. However, officials now suspect that fears of being deported by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in families with mixed immigration statuses also could contribute to the less than average enrollment numbers. Many Latinos fear that the information they give under the ACA could be used against undocumented family members.

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