ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The board in charge of Minnesota's health insurance exchange is meeting on short notice in a closed session as its director is under fire.
The MNsure board planned to hold its meeting Tuesday evening and a notice said it wouldn't be public. The purpose on the notice was to discuss compensation notices with the director and top staff.
It comes as executive director April Todd-Malmlov is coping with technical issues related to the state-run insurance exchange as well as fallout from an extended trip she took last month.
A board spokesman wouldn't talk about the meeting beforehand.
Republican lawmakers and Gov. Mark Dayton have expressed increasing frustration with issues plaguing the health care rollout, which is tied into the federal insurance overhaul.