Professor and Dean of the UTSA College of Public Policy recently sat down with Paul Flahive of Texas Public Radio to discuss the high rates of Hispanics who are still without affordable healthcare. Since Obamacare went into effect, more than 11 million people have signed up for health insurance, but there are still a number of counties with high rates of uninsured individuals. This disproportionately impacts communities of color, as illustrated by the high rates of uninsured Hispanics. Counties like Atascosa, Medina, Gonzalez, and Uvalde in Texas are among the highest. You can listen to the full interview by Paul Flahive here.