State health plan faces new future

  • Article by: JACKIE CROSBY , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 1, 2012 - 10:14 PM

MinnesotaCare was a pioneering effort to expand coverage but will need changes to fit the federal health care law.

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fentanylDec. 2, 12 7:19 AM

Annie Carlson always advocated for Minnesotans regardless of politics. He is a true statesman!!!! The MN GOP should learn from his example.

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oldvinnieDec. 2, 12 8:41 AM

Watch your pocketbook! The spenders are coming for it!

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roymercerDec. 2, 12 4:00 PM

Minnesota hospitals are in DEEP trouble right now. Patients have postponed seeking care in anticipation of "free" Obamacare. We are about to witness the collapse of MN healthcare.

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jmusielewiczDec. 2, 12 5:09 PM

Fact is I'd enjoy this but none of this tax payer funded care pays its bills. I don't know how many times I've needed care -- provided for myself -- and they never pay the bills. I mean seriously folks, all they pay are their 'friends'. I just turned in a similar bill to medicare and haven't gotten a single penny back. Its unreal folks -- I have runup untold dollars just in medical bills gone through untold suffering and I'm just wasting away!!

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nonau55Dec. 2, 12 9:23 PM

MinnesotaCare was the best thing, but now that I make $11.00 an hour, I am too wealthy for this insurance. I paid $120.00 month. Now I cannot affort the insurance premium of a private policy. It costs $600 per month with a pre-existing thyroid condition. Good luck people. ObamaCare is going to make alot more people not have health insurance. There is nothing free, so wake up!

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