The state wants to continue using the Healthy Indiana Plan, or HIP, as its health insurance program for low-income Hoosiers not covered by Medicaid.
Fourth district congressman Todd Rokita and third district’s Marlin Stutzman voted against the bill.
There were two yeas, six nays, and one abstention from Indiana congressmen. Both Indiana senators voted in favor of it.
Pols hope presidential debate parties being held in Indiana will encourage more people to volunteer.
Gregg says he also wants to build a Midwest trade alliance in which neighboring states coordinate trade missions and efforts.
Bayh says appearing with Donnelly is not about trying to rally the Democratic base around a conservative Democrat.
Hoosiers For A Commonsense Health Plan hosted a debate Wednesday for 9th District Democratic candidates.
The state announced recently that it had not distributed more than $205 million in Local Option Income Tax funds.
The bill says all new superintendent contracts must be made public for one week before they are signed.
Only three entities would be exempt from the smoking ban: gaming floors, cigar or hookah bars.