Minnesota Health Insurance Agents Drop Out of Exchange Program

Say they've lot time and money trying to deal with it


Young invincibles aren't the only ones opting out of the Affordable Care Act's health insurance marketplace thus far.

So are a rising number of insurance agents the government counts on to sell young people and others on the MNsure state health insurance exchange, the results of a new survey of 463 Minnesota licensed health insurance agents indicate.

About 20 percent of insurance agents who participated in survey say they've lost time, money and patience trying to work with MNsure.

As a result, MNsure has lost them.