MNsure Chair Brian Beutner listened to Oversight Committee testimony at the State Capitol.
Tough questions from Sen Michelle Benson, R-Ham Lake, to MNsure Interim CEO Scott Leitz at MnSure Oversight Committee at the State Capitol.
GOP Reps Joe Hoppe, R-Chaska and Tara Mack, R-Apple Valley questioned of MNsure officials during MnSure Oversight Committee at the State Capitol.
MNsure Interim CEO Scott Leitz testified before the MnSure Oversight Committee at the State Capitol.
House GOP communications staffer Andrew Wagner recorded the hearing and kept an eye on his iPhone during the MnSure Oversight Committee hearing.
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