The latest in a string of rallies against repealing the Affordable Care Act came as a surprise.
Holcomb wants able-bodied, low-income residents to work at least 20 hours a week for eight months a year to receive state-supported health care coverage.
Earlier this year there was a call to fill thousands of positions across the country to improve access.
Members of Congress from Indiana were urged to reject a budget that cuts federal health spending, supports deportation and mass incarceration.
U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) says the Senate will aim to prevent President Donald Trump from cutting off subsidies provided by the Affordable Care Act.
This week on Noon Edition, our panel will discuss the state of healthcare and how Indiana could be affected.
When pressed again, Holcomb said the Senate bill was too much of a moving target to provide specific data.
A Planned Parenthood clinic has halted abortions because of a state law that requires doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals.
The Senate voted Tuesday to begin debating a replacement for the Affordable Care Act. It remains uncertain as to what that replacement might look like.
Indiana Senators returning to Washington don't know if they'll be voting to repeal or replace.