Pawlenty Ad Claims Undocumented Immigrants Steal Millions From Minn.Tim Pawlenty claims Minnesota wastes millions on welfare, like free health benefits for undocumented immigrants.
Dayton Renews Push To Lower Health Insurance PremiumsMark Dayton wants to expand the state subsidized MinnesotaCare insurance program to working families who can't afford health care.
After Computer Error, Backlog Of $30M In MinnesotaCare Premiums Won't Be CollectedState officials say they will not try to collect a backlog of $30 million in MinnesotaCare premiums that weren't paid.
Health Care Deal Could Spare Major MinnesotaCare Cuts A brewing compromise in the U.S. Senate to shore up health insurance markets could roll back massive cuts to federal funding for Minnesota's health care program for the working poor.
Dayton Approves Reinsurance ProgramGov. Mark Dayton has signed a federal waiver approving a new state program to lower health insurance premiums.
What's At Stake In Fight To Save MinnesotaCareState officials aren't sure how they'll cope with hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding cuts to Minnesota's health care program for the working poor.
State Officials Crank Up Pressure To Protect MinnesotaCare Minnesota officials are pressing President Donald Trump's administration to reverse massive planned cuts to a critical state health care program for low-income residents.
Minnesota Health Leaders Concerned About Medicaid Future Under TrumpMinnesota health care leaders are alarmed about deep cuts to Medicaid coming out of Washington.
Dayton Proposes Public Option For MNsure With MinnesotaCareGov. Mark Dayton's recent health scares have overshadowed his ambitious agenda for the 2017 Legislature.
Fairview Health Services Taking Over UCare Health PlanFairview Health Services is taking over the UCare health plan, which had been struggling since losing contracts with the state to cover low-income people enrolled in the MinnesotaCare and Medical Assistance programs.
State: Cost Of New Health Care Plans Less Than ExpectedState officials say a massive shift of low-income residents into new health care plans cost less than expected. It's a byproduct of a statewide bid for the companies that cover enrollees on MinnesotaCare and Medical Assistance.