Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) and Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) introduce a proposal to reimburse addiction trained healthcare workers.
AARP Indiana opposes the legislation being considered by the Senate.
This session, lawmakers allocated more money to treatment of the drug epidemic than to prevention. Gov. Holcomb says that doesn’t mean Ind. is losing the fight.
The group of about 50 protested the Senate health care bill outside of Republican Senator Todd Young's Indy office.
Senate Republicans last week unveiled their plan to repeal and replace the ACA. The long-awaited plan marks a step toward one of the GOP's major goals.
One anti-abortion group points to a slight increase in abortions at Planned Parenthood clinics in Indiana.
The deal, proposed in a class-action suit over a 2015 data breach affecting nearly 80 million people, would be the largest-ever in such a case if approved.
Tipton will keep its grocery store, but some say transportation could be impacting where people get their groceries.
The rate of opioid related admissions to Indiana hospitals and emergency departments has increased dramatically over the past 10 years.
Eight Indiana counties currently have exchanges in place that allow drug users to swap dirty needles for clean ones.