Trends could require state to pay more for MNsure's operations

Friday, January 30, 2015


From the ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS: Lackluster enrollment in private plans and drying-up federal funds may force Minnesota to pick up more of the tab for its health insurance exchange. MNsure would get another $11.7 million of state money under Gov. Mark Dayton's proposed budget for technological improvements -- a necessary change because public-plan signups have far outpaced private-plan enrollments.