State officials are worried high-risk Hoosiers will not get health coverage by January 1 because of problems with the Affordable Care Act's website.
DeLaney says if schools are so worried about paying for employee health insurance, the state legislature should find a way to help them.
Fifteen public schools are joining the State in suing the IRS and other federal agencies over the Affordable Care Act.
Governor Pence and Indiana manufacturers say the tax on medical devices as stipulated in the Affordable Care Act is removing jobs from the industry.
A recent Kaiser Health poll showed only 12 percent of the uninsured knew the exchanges were going online Monday.
A group of volunteers in Bloomington plans to help Monroe County's 15,000 uninsured navigate the new health care exchanges.
Officials are hoping Hoosiers won't get discouraged and not sign up for insurance after a rocky start that included a frozen website and online error messages.
The Affordable Care Act’s health insurance marketplace opens for enrollment October 1.
Indiana University is transferring 50 workers from its own payrolls to a temporary staffing agency.
Health Insurance scams are on the rise and the Indiana Department of Insurance warns Hoosiers to distrust phone calls asking for personal information.