Plan would give an estimated 100,000 more Minnesotans the choice to purchase more affordable, high-quality health insurance for themselves and their families
11/6/2017 10:28:06 AM
From the Office of Governor Mark Dayton and Lt. Governor Tina Smith: Joined by health care professionals and St. Cloud-area residents, Lt. Governor Tina Smith and Human Services Commissioner Emily Piper today held a town hall meeting on the proposed “MinnesotaCare Buy-In.” The proposal would allow all Minnesotans who purchase health coverage on the individual market to buy-into MinnesotaCare – a program that offers high-quality insurance at more affordable prices.
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