Minnesota | National Coalition on Health Care
Minnesota Governor Issues Executive Order for Health Plans to Disclose Financials
Roughly 500,000 Minnesotans receive public health insurance and are enrolled in managed care. This costs Minnesota $3 billion annually. Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton issued an executive order on March 23 that would force all health plans operating publicly in the state to disclose profits, reserves, and administrative costs for state contracts.
Minnesota: 2010 Tobacco Fact Sheet
The Legacy Foundation’s 2010 fact sheet on Minnesota’s tobacco usage and state laws.
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