In the second of a series of talks with Indiana politicians this in, an election year, Stan Jastrzebski talks with Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller.
One small business in Bloomington has found a creative way to guarantee affordable health care for its employees until reforms kick in four years from now.
A new report shows at least 1.3 million people in Indiana have preexisting conditions which currently bar many of them from obtaining health insurance.
Sebelius announced Indiana University would be receiving about $8.5 million from the federal stimulus package, to renovate a floor of the Clarian Hospital.
Following passage of national health care reform legislation, Hoosiers have begun to assess what the new laws will mean for them.
Earlier this week, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller joined a lawsuit seeking to declare new health insurance laws unconstitutional.
Despite abortion funding becoming a focus of debate before the health care bill’s passing, Planned Parenthood officials say they’re pleased with the outcome.
At least one state Democrat says he's not planning on making his health care vote the driving force behind his re-election campaign this fall.
The Monroe County Religious Leaders, a Bloomington interfaith organization met Wednesday to discuss the intersection of faith and health care policy.
A downtown rally in Bloomington this morning over health care brought up concerns about Senator Evan Bayh's campaign contributions.