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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Pima County Health Department is taking part in a statewide effort to help families sign up for health insurance.

"Cover Pima County!" will feature several sites throughout Tucson where people can get advice about signing up from health insurance professionals and enrollment specialists.

The service is free and available on March 1. Representatives will be at all locations and can make an appointment for a more convenient day, if necessary.

The representatives can also answer questions and help with completing enrollment applications for the Healthcare Marketplace or AHCCCS.

Click here for a list of locations and a checklist to help with enrollment (PDF): http://bit.ly/NsiF5a 

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