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In this undated photo, MNsure contact center representatives Carlos Villanueva, left, and Emily Joyce work at a cubicle at the center in St. Paul in preparation for the Oct. 1 implementation of the state’s new online portal for delivering changes tied to the federal health care law opens for enrollment. AP photo

Minnesotans show interest in MNsure

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ST. PAUL — About 30,000 Minnesotans checked out the MNsure web site the first week the health care exchange was in operation.

That was the news MNsure Executive Director April Todd-Malmlov announced Tuesday, minutes from the one-week anniversary of the new method to buy health insurance.

She also announced that a problem nearly a quarter of MNsure’s users faced has been fixed and American Indians may go to mnsure.org and receive full benefits.

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