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January 13, 2014 3:57 PM

About 24,000 in S.C. signed up for new insurance policies on federal marketplace

About 24,000 South Carolinians signed up for plans on the new Health Insurance Marketplace in the first three months, and they were older, poorer and more likely to be female than the national average of applicants.

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