This week on Noon Edition, we'll discuss a proposed bill that would raise the smoking age and increase taxes on cigarettes.
Greenwood City Court is implementing a new program to give opiate addicts on probation the option of rehabilitation or jail.
In 2015, Indiana expanded its Medicaid program -- HIP 2.0 -- under the Affordable Care Act. The program extended coverage to about 250,000 Hoosiers.
Indiana announced Tuesday it wants the federal government to renew HIP 2.0, the state’s Medicaid expansion program, for three years.
The rally at the Indiana Statehouse was part of a national “Save My Care” bus tour sponsored by proponents of the landmark health-care law.
The measure is a legislative priority for Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb and has bipartisan support, but is strongly opposed by the state's new Attorney General.
Hoosiers have four insurance providers offering plans on the Health Insurance Marketplace and about 83 percent of Hoosiers qualify for subsidies.
The ruling says Indiana's law cannot be applied to out-of-state e-liquid manufacturers.
If confirmed, Seema Verma will work in the Trump administration, bringing experience designing Indiana’s unique Medicaid expansion to national conversations.
City officials report that disinfectant byproduct numbers continue to fall.