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First-week MNsure participation higher than expected, official says

October 5, 2013

MARSHALL — Thousands of Minnesotans have participated in a new health insurance market this week, in spite of technical difficulties slowing down the enrollment process....

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Oct-05-13 10:24 PM

And they only gave out about 3,000 social security numbers that are supposed to be protected.

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Oct-07-13 8:30 PM

AL, negativity about everything makes nothing better.

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Oct-07-13 11:26 PM

The lesson here, really is two fold - if you can't take the heat, don't screw up and do it right the first time.

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Oct-08-13 11:25 AM

Yes such negativity Al, it's only 3,000 SSN #'s that were given out. We should be thankful that it wasn't 300,000. And it's government Al, what do you know about government? What do any of the "little people" know about government. You can't really expect that the bureaucratic fool(s) responsible for it to be fired like in the ever shrinking private sector, now do you? After all Al these "highly trained" government employees could very soon be in charge of making decisions for you and your families health care. And you wouldn't want this "little" mistake to say effect the health of your grandchildren would you? That kind of criticism results in tax audits Al. On a lighter note Al have you heard that today during this pick and choose govt. shutdown that ILLEGAL aliens are being allowed to rally on the national mall, while our WW2 vets are refused entry to their memorial. Despicable scumbags on both sides of the aisle. The country I proudly served no longer

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Oct-08-13 11:27 AM


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Oct-08-13 11:39 AM

I'm with you KK.

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Oct-09-13 12:09 PM

Not a single poster has indicated that they can get on the website, let alone do anything on it.

Counting hits on a site that doesn't work is not a sign of success.

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Oct-10-13 3:29 PM

No official word on how the second week is going. Bad is my guess.

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