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.
Some employers are already charging different rates to smokers. Labor leaders say they worry about a trend where many health habits are legislated against.
City leaders are expecting a "suprisingly strong" 2013 budget.
More than 30 employees have left the city's employ, resulting in more than $1 million in savings.
RBB is considering eliminating personnel to balance its budget.
The delay comes after officials expressed concern that the policy change would keep many kids from getting vaccinated for the upcoming school year.
The new health care law would greatly expand Medicaid, much of which is funded by the state.
Indiana University budget authors say the school will attempt to contain rising health care costs by charging higher-paid employees more for their coverage.
The House Ways and Means Committee has begun consideration of a measure which aims to save school corporations money on health insurance.
March of Dimes gives Indiana a score of D for its number of pre-term births.