Minnesota’s Largest Insurer Drops Obamacare

Another state level story about the Affordable Care Act. This time it’s the Gopher — or North Star State. In Minnesota, MNsure has pulled out of the government run and sponsored healthcare plan. Making news is the fact this is the insurer with the most the most signed-up customers. Also, according to a news release on the Web page for Citizen’s Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) – – of Sept. 16, PreferredOne notified Minnesota that providing coverage (via MNsure) is “not administratively and financially sustainable.” The state’s healthcare exchange, or marketplace, is seen as one whose structure is tenuous, one which may fall apart altogether. This is also according to the Citizen’s For Health Council Web news release. MNsure also said that going on into 2015 is “not sustainable.”

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