- Associated Press - Saturday, February 14, 2015

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - Time is running out for Nevadans hoping to sign up for subsidized health insurance through the federal marketplace.

The open enrollment period for insurance sign-ups ends at the end of the day on Sunday. People who don’t enroll by then may not be able to get subsidized coverage until next year, and could be fined for being uninsured.

The state has opened up two brick-and-mortar enrollment stores, including on in Reno and one inside the Boulevard Mall in Las Vegas. Enrollment assisters there can help people sign up. More assisters will be on hand at the Cox Pavilion on Sunday.

Federal officials say nearly 60,000 Nevadans have enrolled in plans through the insurance marketplace.

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