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Lindsay's MNsure Story

“I’ve had people say to me, ‘I have pre-existing conditions and I haven’t had insurance for ten years – this is the first time I’ve got hope that that’s going to change.’”

Nov. 17, 2018

Joan's MNsure Story

“A few years ago I had to take my daughter to the hospital because she was having symptoms that looked very much like appendicitis. It turned out it wasn’t, but of course it was 400 dollars to have it checked out. Now, if something like that happens, I won’t have to worry about the cost.”

Nov. 16, 2018

Alison’s MNsure Story

“Being denied health insurance is a very scary thing. I'm thrilled for the many, many people who will finally have peace of mind because they know their loved ones are insured. It’s about time!”

Nov. 15, 2018

Why should I sign up for health insurance?

Cancer screenings and birth control without copays are just some of the benefits you have under the Affordable Care Act.

Nov. 15, 2018

Get covered. Stay covered.

Are you singing up for insurance during open enrollment? Great! Planned Parenthood Navigators can answer your questions and help you get enrolled. Already got insurance through the Marketplace? Great! Now is the time to update your information, check out your options, and see if you want to keep or switch plans.

Nov. 15, 2018

Penelope's MNsure Story

“I am very happy with my coverage. And I’m very relieved.”

Nov. 14, 2018

Easy as 1-2-3: Jenna's MNsure Story

A 26-year-old graduate student pursuing a degree in physical therapy, Jenna H. is no stranger to computers, the internet, or solving complex problems. Yet when it came to enrolling in her own insurance plan for the first time, Jenna hit a wall. As a native Wisconsinite, Jenna wasn't even sure if she qualified for MNsure, let alone how to choose coverage.   

Nov. 13, 2018

Peace of Mind, Meet Affordability: Mark's MNsure Story

A firm believer in acupuncture and other alternative treatments, Mark went without health insurance for several years. For Mark, living without a safety net was better than spending money on coverage he didn’t think he would use. Yet when the Affordable Care Act passed, Mark knew he would have to get insurance to avoid a mess at tax time.

Nov. 12, 2018

Hannah’s MNsure Story

“We know that things are going to be covered and our baby’s going to be healthy.”            

Nov. 11, 2018