MNsure Enrollment Deadline Ends WednesdayIf you haven't signed up for health insurance through Minnesota's online health insurance exchange, you have until Wednesday night to do so.
Dayton Urges Republicans To Take Up His Premium Relief PlanGov. Mark Dayton is urging House Republicans to pass his health care relief package for Minnesotans hit with skyrocketing premiums.
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.
MN Lawmakers Rush To Help Those Facing Health Insurance Premium HikesMinnesota lawmakers are rushing to cobble together a relief plan for residents facing massive health insurance premium hikes.
Dayton: Special Session Deal Must Be Reached By 5 P.M.Key negotiators showed little sign they would meet Gov. Mark Dayton's Thursday deadline to approve a special session deal.
Signing Up For MNsure? Deadline For Jan. 1 Coverage Is Midnight ThursdayIf you're signing up for health insurance through MNsure and you're looking for coverage starting Jan. 1, 2017, you have just a few days to enroll.
Daudt Calls Dismantling MNsure A Top GOP PriorityRepublican House Speaker Kurt Daudt says dismantling the state's health insurance exchange and addressing health costs will be a top priority for his party next year.
Dayton: MNsure Wait Times Down To About 45 SecondsIn the first couple of days, the state's health insurance program has signed up 10,000 people for coverage.
Dayton, Daudt Meet To Discuss MNsure Issues As Enrollment StartsGovernor Mark Dayton met with state Republican leaders Tuesday morning to discuss problems with MNsure.
Lawmakers Getting Earful Over Rising Health Care PremiumsState lawmakers are calling for a Special Session to fix what they say are catastrophic premium hikes.
Lawmakers Have No Plans To Address MNsure CostsState lawmakers have no scheduled plans to discuss the rising health care premiums set to affect thousands of Minnesotans.
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.