Insurance firms urge Gov. Dayton to reject Obama's policies offer

Nov 18, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: TwinCities

Minnesota health insurance companies are urging Gov. Mark Dayton to reject President Barack Obama's offer to let consumers renew policies that don't comply with the federal Affordable Care Act.

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PB in Saint Paul

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And of course Gov. Waffle immediately says "okay". Until he gets a letter from someone else (maybe his campaign manager) telling him to flip the other way. Eventually he'll say the legislature needs to decide it, and it'll disappear into that black hole.
Politics as usual.
He Sides With The Devil

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He obviously could care less about how many working Minnesotans were cancelled by those greedy companies. To bad his Policy can't be cancelled by the taxpayers who pay for it and mandate him to get an Obama Care Policy.
HeathPartners Breach

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HealthPartners is now sending out notices to some of it's members to let them know that an employee took home a computer with medical records on it. They offer a service to monitor your credit. Right, and you have to give those people all your info also. One screw up is enough please. Bill O'Reilly should know that the Doctor who said there is no proof that electronic medical records have ever been compromised on one of his shows recently, is incorrect. Check Minnesota Please.

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