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Gov. Mark Dayton defended the roll out of MNsure, the state’s not-yet operating health insurance exchange program, after a data breach raised concerns about the security of the system, and he said he's looking to change state law next year to deal with an uptick in state employees breaching private driver's license data.

Dayton defends MNsure rollout, calls driver’s license data breach ‘outrageous’

Gov. Mark Dayton defended the roll out of MNsure, the state’s not-yet operating health insurance exchange program, after a data breach raised concerns about the security of the system, and he said he's looking to change state law next year to deal with an uptick in state employees breaching private driver's license data.

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