MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minnesota’s legislative auditor says the state’s health insurance exchange failed to properly authorize over $925,000 in marketing work. A report released Tuesday by Legislative Auditor James Nobles also says MNsure did not amend its vendor contract to cover the additional marketing work until after the company completed it. The report also says MNsure lacked adequate internal controls over its collections of premiums from health insurance applicants. MNsure Executive Director Scott Leitz says in a response that his staff has resolved or is in the process of resolving all the problems the review identified. He says he’s pleased the report found no fraud or abuse at MNsure. The audit did not examine MNsure’s operational performance. The legislative auditor plans to release another report next month and an overall evaluation in February.