The percentage of Indiana residents who have health insurance through their employers has fallen by about 15 percent over the last decade.
Several Indiana homeowners have been forced to pay for flood insurance since the state's floodplain maps were redrawn.
How Indiana decides to implement the healthcare law could significantly affect farmers, who often have a hard time getting affordable insurance.
Since Anthem and Premier Healthcare's contract expired, patients have seen a rise in out-of-pocket expenses.
Home and auto insurance has risen between 5 percent and 10 percent across the state, according to the Independent Insurance Agents of Indiana.
Some states have delayed setting up a state exchange system because they question the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.
A construction crew had been suspected of starting the fire since it broke out on July 5.
The changes are meant to ensure that only those who are truly unemployed are eligible for unemployment insurance benefits.
The new health care law would greatly expand Medicaid, much of which is funded by the state.
Cicero Representative Eric Turner, the bill’s author, says the amendment would open a huge loophole.