Login snag prompts MNsure website to go offline

  • Article by: Jackie Crosby , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 3, 2014 - 6:25 AM

With busy two weeks coming up, site will be down until early Monday to repair the problem.

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adamskoglundJan. 2, 14 5:40 PM

One glitchy, frustrating website does not a bad law make. Try, just this once, to use a tiny amount of perspective before going off on your angry rants, okay conservatives? Thanks so much from all your friends over here in reality.

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saintnickJan. 2, 14 5:40 PM

170 million tax dollars? Dayton;You said YOU are ultimately responsible, so what now? I suggest you resign so you can focus on how you plan to repay the tax payers.

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hlakerJan. 2, 14 5:42 PM

More proof that Big Government is not the answer. It's the problem!

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rayk1800Jan. 2, 14 5:54 PM

If you can't buy through MNSURE, go to the insurance company website and buy. It's the same policy and same price. Then you can go back to MNSURE when it's available and see if you qualify for the reduced rate. That's what I did.

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idiocracy2uJan. 2, 14 5:56 PM

"MNsure officials are encouraging consumers to turn to brokers and navigators for help, and to buy coverage directly from insurance companies, which operate their own call centers and websites." Star Tribune - So, after squandering away hundreds of millions of taxpayer money to put a bottleneck between the consumer and insurance companies, MNsure is now telling consumers to go to the insurance companies because they have the resources to do the job. Oh, there are the government paid navigators as well. Government waste over more government waste. I bet the next thing will be that we only need more money to slow the system down some more. Will anyone ever learn? I doubt it.

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saintnickJan. 2, 14 6:13 PM

The site doesn't work, but those super witty Paul and Babe commercials are there to remind us all how liberals are efficient at wasting our tax dollars.

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liberallymnJan. 2, 14 6:14 PM

It almost makes one wonder who's managing all the website PHI data for repeat visitors once MNSure places a cookie on your browser to track you. Sure as hell isn't MNSure. Perhaps the technology reporter from the Strib can ask the question, since the healthcare reporter doesn't know what a cookie is, nor what PHI is.

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Minnesoda73Jan. 2, 14 6:19 PM

Great! Actual people need this insurance, and will be fined for not having it, despite spending hours online and on the phone. Congratulations, Gov. Dayton!

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dflleftJan. 2, 14 6:20 PM

AT LEAST the director of MNSURE was fired, anyone fired yet on the Fed Exchange?

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mnavariceJan. 2, 14 6:39 PM

My gosh, this is getting embarrassing. How many have signed in, signed up, paid, and verified they are insured? As of 3 days ago, CNN said an administration source said they had no way to verify how many have paid. If this is true, how can they make any claims on how many have enrolled? Pretty shoddy management of this initiative.

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