MNsure Won't Be Ready To Go Tuesday MorningConsumers won't be able to use Minnesota's new online marketplace for health insurance as planned Tuesday morning and will have to wait until sometime in the afternoon, the head of the state-run exchange said Monday. April Todd-Malmlov, executive director of MNsure, said officials want to make sure the system connects properly with federal computer systems and that it's secure before it goes live for consumers. MNsure officials had been saying for months they expected consumers could start signing up at the start of the business day Tuesday. She said they weren't sure what time in the afternoon the system would be ready. Enrollment begins Tuesday nationwide for coverage under the Obama administration's Affordable Care Act. Roughly 300,000 uninsured Minnesotans are expected to buy insurance via the portal. The delay is one of several glitches in MNsure's rollout that Todd-Malmlov spoke about late Monday afternoon.
Hip-Hop Star Drake Postpones Target Center ConcertApparently "Starting from the Bottom" has pushed Drake a bit behind schedule, as an "intense rehearsal" agenda has the hip-hop superstar postponing his Oct. 5 gig at the Target Center to Sunday, Dec. 8. His team also cites "technical production requirements" as an issue for the delay. A handful of other concerts across the nation have been pushed back, too, as part of his 39-city "Would You Like A Tour" arena tour.
Back-To-School Shopping Slipping Into SeptemberNow that most of the kids are in school, it doesn't necessarily mean the shopping is done. This year, the back-to-school shopping season is slipping into September.
More Than 1 In 10 Parents Skip, Delay Kids' ShotsBy age 6, children should have vaccinations against 14 diseases, in at least two dozen separate doses, the U.S. government advises. More than 1 in 10 parents reject that, refusing some shots or delaying others mainly because of safety concerns, a national survey found.
Jordan Elementary Battles Mold Before School StartsCrews are working hard at Jordan Elementary School to clean up a mold problem before the start of the school year.
Shutdown Prevents Wis. Couple From Bringing Baby HomeJessica and Craig Porter of Somerset, Wis. have their newly adopted baby's room all ready, but the shutdown is forcing their new son to sleep in a playpen across the river in Minnesota.
Dayton Gets Bill To Repay Delayed Business RefundsMinnesota businesses that saw tax refunds delayed as the state dealt with a cash crunch are in line to get repaid sooner than anticipated.
Dayton Says Medicaid Delay 'Totally Unacceptable'Gov.-elect Mark Dayton is calling a nine-month delay to expand Medicaid health care for the poor "totally unacceptable."

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