Coronavirus In Minnesota: MN Health Plans To Waive COVID-19 Related Expenses"This move will help ensure no Minnesotan has to sacrifice paying rent or buying groceries to cover a hospital bill from COVID-19," Walz said.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: MNsure To Open Up Special 30-Day Enrollment Period Amid COVID-19 Outbreak"Every Minnesotan deserves access to health coverage during this uncertain time," Walz said. The enrollment period begins Monday, March 23 and will run through April 21.
Tools To Help Shop For Health Insurance, Prescription DrugsOpen enrollment starts Friday for MNsure, the state’s health insurance marketplace, and closes earlier than previous years, on Dec. 23.
MNsure Premium Rates To Hold Steady In 2020, Show Market StabilityMinnesotans who buy health plans through the state-run health insurance exchange or directly from health insurers will see average premiums hold steady or decline next year.
MNSure Announces Open Enrollment Period For 2020 CoverageThe state's health insurance marketplace, MNSure, announced its enrollment period Wednesday for 2020 insurance plans.
MNsure Reports Record Of Nearly 124,000 Health Care Sign-UpsMinnesota's state-run health insurance exchange has achieved a record number of sign-ups in its sixth open enrollment period.
MNsure Deadline Comes Amid New Health Care Coverage FearsSaturday is the last day to sign up for MNsure coverage that will begin Jan. 1. 
With Premiums Down By As Much As 27 Percent, MNsure Enrollment Deadline LoomsMNsure's CEO says rates for private health insurance are lower this year, and you could save even more if you qualify for tax rebates.
Enrollment Opens For Minn. Health Insurance MarketplaceEnrollment is open for Minnesota's health insurance marketplace.
Where Jeff Johnson, Tim Walz Stand On Health CareMinnesota's top candidates for governor are mixing it up over health care. Republican Jeff Johnson said Tuesday rural hospitals could close if Democrat Tim Walz's plan passes. Walz accused Johnson of "mis-characterizing" his proposal.
Minnesota Health Insurance Rates Drop In 2019The average decreases between health care plans range from a 7.4 percent drop to a 27.7 percent decrease.