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Apr
09
2014
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By Jeffrey Meitrodt

At Tuesday’s news conference, Dayton also addressed allegations that he misled people by saying he was unaware of MNsure’s technical problems until sometime in November.

“I misspoke,” Dayton said. “There was a meeting on Sept. 19 where I learned for the first...

Apr
08
2014
News

By Tom Scheck

A new office building for the Minnesota Senate is one court ruling away from becoming reality after a state Senate committee approved financing for the proposed $90 million building Monday night.

The vote ends several months of partisan battles that will...

Apr
08
2014
News

By Tom Hauser

GOP Reps. Tara Mack and Joe Hoppe responded with a statement saying the oversight committee isn't a farce, it's the law. They say the exchange wasn't ready for...

Apr
07
2014
News

By Chris Snowbeck

Republicans want top officials from the Dayton administration to answer questions about what they knew of problems with the MNsure health exchange before its rocky launch on Oct. 1.

Citing recent news reports, Republicans on a MNsure oversight committee said that...

Apr
06
2014
News
By Jeffrey Meitrodt   Twelve days before Minnesota unveiled its $100 million health insurance exchange known as MNsure, a grim meeting was held at Gov. Mark Dayton’s residence in St. Paul.   April Todd-Malmlov, who had led the project, delivered a warning to the governor and his top advisers: No...
Apr
04
2014
News

One statistic has been House Republican Minority Leader Kurt Daudt’s mantra this session: 49 percent of this state’s working adults are underemployed — that is, working at jobs for which they are overqualified, and presumably earning smaller...

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