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Governor Dayton Declares “MNsure Enrollment Day” in Minnesota

March 28, 2014

ST. PAUL, MN – More than 152,000 Minnesotans have already enrolled in high-quality, affordable health insurance using MNsure, benefitting from the lowest health insurance rates in the nation. With the March 31st deadline for enrollment approaching, Governor Mark Dayton today declared today “MNsure Enrollment Day,” urging Minnesotans to use MNsure in the coming days to find and enroll in a health plan that best fits their needs. Minnesotans still looking to enroll in coverage should visit MNsure.org or call 1-855-366-7873.
 
Recently, MNsure announced that any Minnesotan who attempts to enroll in health insurance through MNsure by March 31st will be eligible for an extension, and will be allowed to complete their enrollment after the deadline. For more information about whether you would qualify for an extension, visit MNsure.org or call 1-855-366-7873.
 
Enrolling in Health Insurance through MNsure
Minnesotans who still need to enroll in health insurance ahead of the March 31 deadline should visit MNsure.org or call 1-855-366-7873. MNsure will have staff available to assist Minnesotans all weekend, and until midnight on Monday, March 31st.
 
Benefits of MNsure

  • Financial Assistance Available – A single person earning up to $45,960/year or a family of four earning up to $94,200/year could qualify for financial help when purchasing coverage through MNsure.
  • Quality Care Ensured – All plans sold through MNsure cover preventive care, doctor visits, hospitalizations, prescriptions, emergency room care, maternity care and more.
  • Coverage Guaranteed – No Minnesotan can be denied coverage because of a pre-existing condition.
  • Enrollment Fairness – MNsure is allowing any Minnesotan who attempts to gain coverage ahead of the deadline to enroll. Just like voting if you are in line in time, you will be granted an extension to complete enrollment.
  • Enrollment Help Available – MNsure has staff ready to help you enroll through their call center, and at enrollment events across Minnesota.