In one of his first acts as governor, Mark Dayton expanded our state Medicaid program and launched a website to manage our eligibility and billing systems for public and subsidized private healthcare. With that, MNsure was born.
Three years and $300 million later, the website is still broken, and according to a recent Legislative Auditor’s report, MNsure wasted an additional $271 million over five months by putting people on programs they don’t quality for.
If MNsure was just wasting money, it would be bad enough. MNsure is not only costing more, it is hurting people.