The Indiana Democratic Party says a Congressional vote to repeal and replace Obamacare takes health care away from millions just to fulfill a political promise.
Republican members of Indiana’s congressional delegation say they’re disappointed after leadership cancelled a vote on the GOP’s health care reform bill.
State Senate Democratic Leader Tim Lanane and members of the Democratic Caucus held a press conference Thursday morning.
As of Thursday afternoon, six of Indiana's seven Republican Representatives had expressed support for the bill.
Governor Eric Holcomb says he wants to see Indiana’s Medicaid expansion protected as federal lawmakers debate health care reform.
The Senate kicked off budget hearings, a committee approved a college immunization bill and the Indiana House Speaker reacted to the federal health care bill.
Legislative leaders say the future of Indiana’s health care program, HIP 2.0, is uncertain with some federal lawmakers aiming to repeal its funding source.
School districts in Indiana can continue to sue the IRS and other federal agencies over the Affordable Care Act.
Coats says if Americans want to see economic turnaround, there needs to be a change in leadership in Washington.
Indiana is one of 26 states that filed a lawsuit in federal court questioning the constitutionality of the health care law.