MNsure, the state-run health insurance exchange, says it enrolled 23 thousand more Minnesotans into private coverage this year than last, for a total of over 85 thousand. Republicans respond it’s far below MNsure’s original promise, plus a 300-million-dollar website did not correctly determine eligibility. House Speaker Kurt Daudt says according to a recent audit, over 200 million dollars might be going to people who are not eligible for benefits. State officials respond the audit overstated the error rate. They say in 2015 Minnesotans saved nearly 50 million dollars on insurance premiums because of federal tax credits.
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