Michigan will spend about 58 cents per person to educate residents about health insurance options under the Affordable Care Act. The federal government is providing about $3.8 million for outreach to some 30 community health clinics in Michigan and will award another $1.9 million next month for navigators to guide people through the process of enrolling for insurance through the state's federally run marketplace. Volunteers with Enroll America are going door-to-door and calling the state's uninsured residents to inform them about the law.

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