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A list of news releases related to our activities in the insurance industry.

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  • Commerce Commissioner releases “Top Five Things You Need to Know about Money” Podcast
    February 19, 2014 - SAINT PAUL, MN – According to the 2012 Financial Capability study, a majority of adults do not have adequate savings in the event of a financial emergency or to meet long-term goals such as college or financial security in retirement. The Minnesota Department of Commerce is providing tips to Minnesotans to help them protect their finances and gain control of their money.
  • Have Questions About Recent Changes to Health Insurance in Minnesota? The Minnesota Department of Commerce is Here to Help
    December 30, 2013 - SAINT PAUL, MN – Health reform has been headline news for months across the United States, and has generated questions among Minnesota consumers as they look at their health coverage needs during open enrollment.
  • Ho-Ho-Holiday Insurance Check-UP Tips
    December 20, 2013 - SAINT PAUL, MN – Holiday mishaps have made millions of dollars for Hollywood’s movie industry, but they can cause consumers financial hardship if they happen to you.
  • Filing an Insurance Claim on a Not-Yet-Purchased Ring Results in Insurance Fraud, Theft-by-Swindle Charges, and an Airport Arrest
    December 18, 2013 - SAINT PAUL, MN — Today, in Ramsey County District Court, Maurice Culpepper was criminally charged for allegedly engaging in an elaborate fraud scheme he devised in an attempt to exploit an insurance company. The criminal complaint charged him with one count of Insurance Fraud, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years and $100,000 fine.
  • Have Questions About Health Insurance? The Commerce Consumer Response Team is Here to Help
    December 05, 2013 - SAINT PAUL, MN – Health reform has been headline news for months across the United States, and has generated questions among Minnesota consumers as they look at their health coverage needs during open enrollment. That is why the Minnesota Department of Commerce has a Consumer Response Team helpline and outreach efforts to help cut through the confusion and be a reliable source for important insurance information.
  • Olmsted and Dodge County Residents to Benefit from Expanded Health Insurance Options During Open Enrollment
    October 30, 2013 - SAINT PAUL, MN —Residents of Olmsted and Dodge Counties will soon have seven additional health insurance coverage options to choose from through MNsure. The Minnesota Department of Commerce and the Minnesota Department of Health have been working with insurers for several weeks to find a solution for consumers in specific zip codes who initially had fewer options when buying health insurance coverage through MNsure.
  • The Department of Commerce urges consumers to shop around for Medicare Open Enrollment 2013
    October 15, 2013 - Every year on October 15, Medicare Open Enrollment starts providing an opportunity for Minnesota seniors to evaluate coverage options. The Minnesota Department of Commerce reminds seniors that insurance policies can change and it is important to review any notices regarding changes from their insurance companies and use open enrollment to find health insurance coverage that fits their budget and health needs.
  • Commerce Commissioner urges Minnesotans to Complete Insurance Check-Up and Update Coverage
    October 11, 2013 - SAINT PAUL, MN – The Commerce Department reminds Minnesota consumers to take time to conduct an annual insurance check-up to assess their coverage needs and to ensure that their current policies effectively protect their valuable possessions. Life insurance protects your loved ones, auto insurance protects your car, health insurance protects your good health and homeowners insurance protects your possessions.
  • Health Reform 101 – Are you ready for Open Enrollment?
    October 01, 2013 - SAINT PAUL, MN – As Minnesota consumers start planning for their insurance needs for Open Enrollment and the opening of Minnesota’s health insurance marketplace, MNsure, starting today, October 1, 2013, the Minnesota Department of Commerce urges consumers to brush up on their insurance terms and learn about the health reform changes that will go into effect. Understanding the terms and components of health insurance coverage will help consumers find health insurance that fits both their financial and health needs.
  • Commerce Fraud Bureau Investigation Results in Auto Insurance Fraud Charges
    September 30, 2013 - SAINT PAUL, MN — Today, in Ramsey County District Court, Maurice Culpepper was criminally charged for allegedly engaging in an elaborate fraud scheme he devised in an attempt to exploit an insurance company. The criminal complaint charged him with one count of Insurance Fraud, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years and $100,000 fine.
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