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Grants will allow more health insurance help for Northland

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Navigators will be able to help Northland residents walk through their health insurance options thanks to a grant for this year’s insurance season.

Generations Health Care Initiatives of Duluth announced last week that it received the $234,749 grant from MNsure , the state’s marketplace for health insurance.

Another grant went to Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency .

All told, MNsure awarded $4.2 million to 43 organizations statewide, the agency announced.

Generations, the lead agency for the Insure Duluth Coalition , has been a grant recipient for seven years, according to a Generations news release. The coalition’s navigators have assisted more than 15,000 people in applying for health coverage through MNsure.

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