Thursday, December 19, 2013
(St. Paul, MN) -- Governor Mark Dayton is expressing confidence in the temporary leader of the state's new health insurance exchange, MNsure. April Todd-Malmlov resigned yesterday amid controversy over glitches in the online exchange and a tropical vacation she took while the site was still experiencing technical problems. Governor Dayton says he has confidence in Scott Leitz's ability to lead MNsure as its acting C-E-O. The governor says recent problems some have experienced with MNsure are "completely unacceptable," and he's hoping the new leadership will lead to their swift resolution.