MNsure Interim CEO Faces DWI ChargeScott Leitz, the interim CEO of MNsure, has a DWI charge against him stemming from last summer, officials say.
Legislative Auditor: MNsure Website Rollout 'Failed' In Many WaysOn Tuesday, the state’s legislative auditor, James Nobles, began an audit of MNsure, the state's health exchange. He says MNsure should have known about the extent of the problems with the sign-up website, after the state paid out tens of millions of tax dollars to build it.
Dayton: I'm Ultimately Responsible If MNsure Fails Gov. Mark Dayton declined to say Thursday whether he asked for the resignation of the former CEO of Minnesota's health insurance exchange, adding that he ultimately feels responsible for the success or failure of the venture. Dayton was asked several times at a news conference if he pushed for the exit of April Todd-Malmlov, who resigned Tuesday as executive director of MNsure. Dayton said he wouldn't comment on his role but noted he had grown increasingly vocal in recent days about his concern with problems that continue to plague the exchange, even as coverage is set to kick in on Jan. 1.
Minn. Could Delay Deadline For Exchange EnrollmentThe former executive director of MNsure is leaving without a severance package from the state. April Todd-Malmlov resigned Tuesday night. She was under pressure thanks to a host of complications with insurance sign-ups under the federal health care law and for the timing of a recent international vacation while MNsure continued to struggle.
Embattled MNsure Chief Abruptly Resigns The chief of Minnesota's health insurance exchange has resigned abruptly after facing criticism over the rollout and a questionably timed vacation.
MNsure Board Meets In Emergency Session The board in charge of Minnesota's health insurance exchange is meeting on short notice in a closed session as its director is under fire.
GOP Governor Candidate Demands MNsure Chief Resign A Republican candidate for governor says the executive director of Minnesota's health insurance exchange should resign. Businessman Scott Honour is among a handful of Republicans seeking to challenge Gov. Mark Dayton next year.
Dayton Withholds Endorsement Of MNsure LeadersGov. Mark Dayton is stopping short of expressing full faith in the executive leadership at Minnesota's health insurance exchange. Dayton was asked Thursday if he has confidence that exchange leaders were adequately addressing problems.

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