Dayton: Obama Did Right Thing On Insurance PlansGov. Mark Dayton says he believes President Barack Obama made the right decision by letting insurance companies continue to offer consumers health plans that were set to be canceled under federal health care changes.
Good Question: What Happens To Pumpkins After Halloween?Over the past month, people trying to apply for health insurance through the federal exchange encountered major problems on the website. On Tuesday, President Obama addressed the situation, saying, “No one is more frustrated about that than I am.”
MNsure Lands $41M Federal Government GrantMinnesota's health insurance exchange has received a $41 million federal government grant to continue the exchange's rollout. Officials of the exchange, known as MNsure, announced the Health and Human Services grant on Thursday. MNsure had applied for $45 million.
Quick Tips On Navigating MNsureMinnesota is days away from launching its new health insurance program as Minnesotans will pay the lowest average monthly premiums in the country. That's according to new numbers from the Obama administration made public on Wednesday.
How Much Will MNsure Cost? Reality CheckOn Friday, MNsure -- Minnesota's new online health insurance exchange -- will reveal how much consumers will pay for insurance premiums under the program, which is part of the new federal health care law. The top question at the MNsure call center has been, "How much will I pay for insurance?"
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Minn. Gets $1M Grant For Health Insurance ExchangeMinnesota is getting a $1 million health care grant that former Gov. Tim Pawlenty spurned and new Gov. Mark Dayton sought.
Soldier Exchange Creates Bonds Between Minn. And NorwaySome Minnesota soldiers are learning new skills in a different country. It’s a country Minnesota considers close to home: Norway.
Court Clerk Accused Of Fixing Tickets For MoneyA Minnesota District Court clerk is accused of fixing traffic citations in exchange for money.
Hutchinson Technology To Buyback, Exchange NotesHutchinson Technology Inc. on Monday began an offer to buy or exchange up to $75.3 million of its 3.25 percent convertible notes due 2026.