The State Auditor Rebecca Otto in her recent audit report found that the Hubbard County Board of Commissioners are not in compliance with state statute by removing wording relating to "jurisdiction and control" of the Heritage Living Center Board in the 2007 amended Heritage by-laws. Documentation in County and Minnesota Department of Employee Relations (DOER) files clearly shows that the county commissioners and the county attorney were fully aware of the state statute but approved the amended by-laws nonetheless.
During the past week there have been conversations among politicians as to how to fix the Minnesota health insurance crisis. Governor Mark Dayton and both of the political parties need to stop this blame game and finger pointing. The general public is experiencing a health insurance crisis, for which they had no control over.
It appears that MNsure has destroyed the availability of health insurance for the middle class here in Minnesota in less than three years. The Democrat politicians in Minnesota designed and forced through MNsure in response to the federal government's Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). MNsure and Obamacare were to create a continuum of affordable health insurance for people of all income levels and lead to a healthier population and more efficient health care system.