LOWERING HEALTH CARE COSTS

Even after spending $403 million on MNsure, Democrats' health insurance exchange is still hurting families and small businesses. Minnesotans who purchase insurance on the individual market are paying $794 (28 percent) more per year for insurance than they were before MNsure. According to preliminary MNsure rates released in early September, Minnesota families and individuals who buy insurance on their own could pay an average increase of 56 percent, the highest average increase of any year since Governor Dayton and Democrats established MNsure.

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