Minn. Lawmakers Continue Debate Over Relief For Insurance Rate HikesMinnesota lawmakers are working to offset massive health insurance premium increases for more than 100,000 residents who buy their own coverage.
Trump Assures Health Insurance 'For Everybody'An embrace of universal health care would mark a sharp break for most Republicans, as they plan to repeal and replace the current health care law.
4 Things To Know: ACA, Chicago P.D. & MoreThey include the latest in investigations into the Chicago Police Department, and an excuse to take your kid fishing this weekend.
Ryan: GOP Plans To Defund Planned ParenthoodLast year's Obamacare repeal measure also contained the effort to defund the group.
Trump Tweet Repeats Dayton's 'No Longer Affordable' CommentDayton later said he regretted that the statement was being used against Democratic candidates.
Trump Selects Obamacare Critic As HHS SecretaryThe president-elect's transition team did not immediately respond to questions about the congressman's past commitment to transform Medicare into a voucher-like system.
Good Question: How Is A Law Repealed?Throughout the campaign, President-Elect Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare. It now looks like that could happen.
Gov. Dayton Details Rebate Plan For Facing Rising Health Care Premiums Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton detailed on Thursday his plan to reduce the cost many Minnesotans will encounter with rising health care premiums.
Dayton Doubles Down On Plea For MNsure FixGov. Mark Dayton is calling on state legislators to set politics aside to help families facing skyrocketing health care premiums.
Lawmakers Getting Earful Over Rising Health Care PremiumsState lawmakers are calling for a Special Session to fix what they say are catastrophic premium hikes.
Dayton Regrets Politicization Of 'No Longer Affordable' RemarkDayton said he wants to see the $313 million earmarked for the state's "rainy day fund" to be used to help Minnesotans with their rate hikes.
Dayton: MNsure Fix Won't Come Before Election DayGov. Mark Dayton said Wednesday that he is working on a temporary fix to help those hardest hit by skyrocketing health care premiums.

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