MNsure Day! Awesome Idea!


MNSure Logo

Have you heard the great news? The mayors of Minneapolis, St. Paul and Duluth all agreed to proclaim Friday, March 28th as “MNsure Day!” I can’t wait to go out and wish all my neighbors a “Merry MNsure Day!” or spread some cheer by saying: “I hope you’ve signed up for quality, affordable health insurance!”

Why do we need MNsure Day? Because there appear to be some silly boys and girls who haven’t gotten the message that they need to sign up for health insurance by Monday or get a naughty-person fine! The fine is $95 or 1% of one’s income, whichever is higher.

There might be some even naughtier ones who are purposefully not signing up because they don’t want to pay the new “inexpensive” prices for quality health insurance or might not trust the superbly secure government websites to take their personal information in a relaxing and timely manner. They are going to feel so foolish on MNsure Day when everyone is talking about their fabulous new health plans procured on!

Did you know there might be just a slightly longer wait on the MNsure website because there are so many latecomers? But it’s okay because… look at this little girl. Let’s call her MNsure Day Girl!

MNSURE Day Girl Cherish

Wow. So inspiring. Merry MNSure Day everyone!


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Erik Bergs

Erik fancies himself first and foremost a fiction writer (which is his focus while completing a Master of Fine Arts at Hamline University). As for completed education, he attended Southwest High School in Minneapolis and later majored in both Religion and English at Pacific Lutheran University. He currently lives in South Minneapolis, but has also lived in Tacoma, Washington and Yamagata City, Japan. Erik holds a wide array of interests which he compliments with hair-brained ideas and, on rare occasion, thought-provoking angles. His greatest passions include travel, food, stories (in all their forms) and of course his fiancee.

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