In the Land of 10,000 Lakes, concern has been mounting that Minnesota’s state-run HIX is slowly sinking into insolvency exacerbated by downward revisions in projected enrollment and speculation that it could be supplanted by Healthcare.gov at some point.

Federal dollars that have kept MNsure afloat will evaporate by the end of 2015, which means it must then rely on fees from private health plan signups to find more stable footing and consider hiking those charges if financial and enrollment problems persist.

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