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The troubled website for Minnesota's health insurance exchange cannot be completely fixed in time for the March 31 deadline by which all Americans are supposed to have coverage under the new federal law, according to an independent review released Wednesday.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Leaders of Minnesota's health exchange said Thursday that they might need additional funding if insurance premiums stay low, enrollment lags below expectations and continues to tip toward public rather than private insurance programs.
Some Minnesota lawmakers aren't too pleased with a decision to pour millions of taxpayer dollars into a campaign to promote Obamacare — using Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox.
Lt. Col. Edward Taylor stands behind a wall of sandbags overlooking the North Korean landscape and a bank of trees along the most fortified border in the world. The trees obstruct the view, he explains. They need to come down. But this is the DMZ.