INTERVIEW: MNsure Program Launch Expectations
Minnesota will launch its online marketplace as the federal health care overhaul rolls out Tuesday.
Uninsured Americans nation-wide will now be able to sign up for health care coverage through online exchanges.
About 500,000 Minnesotans will be able to sign up through the MNsure website that officials said will launch Tuesday afternoon.
Hamline University law professor Laura Hermer joined 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS to talk about how the launch.
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