Could Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton right that wrong?
In Aaron Sinner’s Minnesota 2020 Hindsight blog, University of Minnesota School of Public Health Professor Jim Hunt, M.D. was quoted saying that Minnesota theoretically could develop an insurance option that was publicly operated.
Given the level of public support for a public option, and the potential for better, cheaper and more efficient care, why wouldn’t Governor Dayton – struggling to contain soaring health insurance premiums crushing Minnesota families and employers — develop a public option to compete with Minnesota’s health plans?
Filed under: Communications, Government, language | Tagged: Aaron Sinner, Browncare, Daytoncare, Hickeloopercare, Hindsight, Jerry Brown, Jim Hunt., Mark Datyon, Minnesota 2020, Obamacare, public option, Shumlin, Shumlincare, T.R. Reid, University of Minnesota School of Public Health | 10 Comments »