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.
Holcomb is seeking permission to require some adults to have a job or to enroll in a work-readiness program to qualify for Medicaid.
The state submitted its proposal May 25 to the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services before receiving public comment in Indiana on the measure
The proposed changes were quietly released Wednesday in a letter from Gov. Holcomb. The proposal will be open for public comment until June 23.
A close reading of Indiana's application to extend the Healthy Indiana Plan reveals misleading and inaccurate information being used to justify the extension.
Under former Governor Mike Pence, Indiana expanded Medicaid, with the Healthy Indiana Plan, or HIP 2.0.
The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will evaluate whether a waiver to HIP 2.0 causes patients to miss appointments.
HIP 2.0 went into effect last February and provides insurance to some low-income Hoosiers.
A proposal lawmakers are considering would roughly double the state's cigarette tax.
The expansion offers three different levels of coverage and will cover 350,000 uninsured Hoosiers.