MNsure CEO Scott Leitz listened to a question from Rep. Rod Hamilton, R-Mountain Lake, foreground.
Legislative Auditor James Nobles called MNsure "seriously flawed" and said it was "well intended but not well executed."
MNsure CEO Scott Leitz, center whispered to Joel Alter, Legislative Auditor evaluation manager, left and Legislative Auditor James Nobles, right, during a break.
Rep. Nick Zerwas, R- Elk River questioned MNsure officials saying, "to sit here and say we insured 15,000 new people for nearly $200 million, that's crazy talk."
MNsure CEO Scott Leitz answered questions.
Legislators questioned the legislative auditor and MNsure officials for nearly three hours. Graphics from the legislative auditor's report on MNsure.
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