Reality Check: Gov's Decision To Continue MNsure EnrollmentMinnesota has rejected President Obama's offer to delay some canceled insurance policies for a year under the new health law. The President was trying to make good on a promise that "if you like your policy, you can keep it." Now, millions are finding themselves in limbo, including here in Minnesota.
Enrollment On Far Lower Than EstimatedThe White House says enrollments for health insurance through the new government website are far below expectations.
Dayton: Americans Should Be Able To Keep Insurance Gov. Mark Dayton says he believes all Americans should be able to keep existing insurance plans under the new federal health care law.
Franken: Fed Health Care Site Getting Better Sen. Al Franken says it's too early to extend the signup period for insurance under the federal health overhaul.
Minn. Politicians Clash On MNsure’s Performance So Far Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he's pleased with the progress of Minnesota's health care exchange so far. The comments come after the federal rollout of Obamacare, which is plagued with problems. Minnesota's health exchange went online Oct. 1 and has not had the widespread problems other states experienced.
Minn. Health Exchange Goes Live Tuesday Don't expect that a flood of uninsured Minnesotans will immediately sign up for health coverage on Tuesday, the day that opens for business.
Obama's Win Forces Walker's Hand On Health Care President Barack Obama's re-election is forcing the hand of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who had stopped all efforts to implement the federal health care reform law in the hopes that Republicans would take over in Washington.