The Reason Foundation, a Libertarian policy think tank, ranks each state’s highway system every few years.
The first of three gubernatorial debates takes place October 10 in Zionsville.
The state collected $23 million more than anticipated last month, nearly 2 percent ahead of projections.
Gregg says a hybrid system, in which the state and federal government co-run the exchange is the best option that will help reduce the state’s costs.
Indiana’s three gubernatorial candidates each sat down with former Chief Justice Randall Shepard at IUPUI Tuesday to discuss the state’s policy future.
Governor Daniels requested input last month from the gubernatorial candidates on decisions the state must make in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
The federal health care law requires two decisions be made at the state level before the next Indiana governor takes office in January.
Gov. Mitch Daniels has been fast-tracking construction, but when he leaves office in January, the road will be less than half-finished.