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Minnesota's Obamacare exchanges are in an 'emergency situation'

Another state is seeing its Affordable Care Act (ACA), better known as Obamacare, exchanges hit some serious roadblocks. In a release on Friday, Minnesota Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman, who oversees the exchanges on which people in Minnesota not receiving insurance through their employer or government programs like Medicare and Medicaid, said premiums will rise as much as 67% for some insurers.
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