As MNsure Enrollment Deadline Nears, Officials Push DiscountAfter months of waiting, thousands of Minnesota families will soon get a discount on their health insurance 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.
Minnesota Lawmakers Weigh In On Trump ControversyTwo members of Minnesota's delegation are weighing in on the controversy with President-elect Donald Trump and Republicans planning to repeal Obamacare.
Talking Points: Running Out Of Time On MNsureThe federal government rejected Friday Gov. Mark Dayton's request for the MNsure enrollment deadline to be extended from Jan. 31 to Feb. 28.
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.
GOP HHS Chair: 'I Don't Play Chicken' With MNsure CrisisThere is still no insurance fix for 125,000 Minnesotans facing monthly insurance rate hikes.
GOP Wants Relief Package, Income Cap For MNsureRepublicans who control the Minnesota Legislature have their own plans to address health insurance costs. GOP lawmakers vowed to quickly move a relief package for the residents paying premium increases of up to 67 percent this year on the individual market.
Paul Ryan: Obamacare Repeal To Also 'Defund' Planned ParenthoodHouse Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday that Republicans would slash federal dollars for Planned Parenthood as part of the GOP effort to repeal the health care law.
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Trump Tweet Repeats Dayton's 'No Longer Affordable' CommentDayton later said he regretted that the statement was being used against Democratic candidates.
Gov. Dayton To GOP: 'Quit Dilly-Dallying' On MNsureMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says time is running out to help tens of thousands of Minnesotans facing skyrocketing health care premiums on January 1.
Following Dayton's Critique Of Obamacare, Lawmakers Mull FixesGov. Mark Dayton's declaration that the federal health care overhaul is "no longer affordable" for more and more Minnesota residents could be the spark that sets off major health care changes.