From the MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE: Minnesota's online insurance exchange, MNsure, has cut more than a dozen agencies from its roster of enrollment subcontractors after concluding that the $4.7 million outreach effort lacked proper oversight in 2014 and needed an overhaul for its second year. The cuts include last year's biggest contractor - Minnesota Community Action Partnership - a coalition that included Community Action of Minneapolis, a nonprofit that shut down last month when it came under investigation for possible misuse of public funds.
After a rocky year, MNsure overhauls consumer outreach grants
Friday, October 3, 2014
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