Pawlenty wants Minnesotans to be able buy health insurance from other states
Gov. Tim Pawlenty proposes three health-care changes that he says will save the state and consumers money, including allowing Minnesotans to buy health insurance from other states.
No state now allows its residents to buy health insurance from out of state.
Democrats generally oppose the concept, but the Minnesota Legislature's top two health experts are in Washington dealing with federal health care reform today and were not available for immediate comment.
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