The head of the new Minnesota health insurance exchange, MNsure, resigned Tuesday amid increasing criticism of the exchange and her performance.
April Todd-Malmlov had come under fire for the exchange's disappointing rollout and for taking a vacation during a difficult time. Republican leaders in the Legislature had called for her resignation, and Gov. Mark Dayton had expressed his own dissatisfaction last week.
Political scientist Larry Jacobs joins The Daily Circuit to discuss developments.