Latinos may have the most to gain from the Affordable Care Act.
But they're shying away from signing up for health insurance on the exchanges.
At least one in three Latinos in the U.S. are uninsured, a far higher rate than whites or blacks. Yet, advocates say their ACA enrollment is lagging for a variety of reasons.
"Some of these families have never had insurance in their lives," said Xavier Morales, executive director of the Latino Coalition for a Healthy California.