HOUSTON -

A new study shows more Texans have health insurance since the Affordable Care Act's first enrollment period.

According to Rice University's Baker Institute and the Episcopal Health Foundation, 378,000 more Texans had health insurance in June 2014 than September 2013.

Even with those newly insured people, Texas has more uninsured adults than any other state in the country. The report says about 20 percent of uninsured people in Texas are undocumented and not eligible for insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

The report is the seventh in a series on the implementation of the ACA in Texas.

You can read the full report here.