Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton appoints health care task force

Monday, August 3, 2015

Let’s see, how about we create a Gov’t task force to study the failure of a Gov’t taskforce? #taxdollarsatwork

From the MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE: Gov. Mark Dayton on Friday appointed his former state budget commissioner, an Olmsted County commissioner and former state senator, a handful of doctors and others to a new state task force on the future of public health care in Minnesota. Dayton proposed the task force earlier this year in response to concerns about MNsure, the state's health insurance exchange under Obamacare; and MinnesotaCare, which provides state subsidies to low-income patients.