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Continued: MNsure data breach will get state reviews

Earlier in the week, MNsure officials were rebuked by community organizations and legislators — many of them strong supporters of MNsure — over $4 million in grants aimed at helping people use the exchange to sign up for insurance coverage.

Critics packed a meeting of the Oversight Committee, telling members that the 30 groups selected by MNsure to receive the grants didn’t adequately represent those with expertise in reaching underserved populations, including African-Americans, Somali immigrants and those with mental illnesses. In response, the MNsure board allocated an additional $750,000 in outreach spending.

 

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