Governor Mitch Daniels has solicited input from all three gubernatorial candidates on how the Affordable Care Act should be implemented.
The former House Speaker's plan includes 25 different proposals affecting Indiana businesses.
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.
Gregg says nuclear power is not a good option because it could take two decades to get a nuclear plant online.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg says he is leaning toward a hybrid system that will combine state and federal funds.
Gregg says he also wants to build a Midwest trade alliance in which neighboring states coordinate trade missions and efforts.
Indiana’s three gubernatorial candidates each sat down with former Chief Justice Randall Shepard at IUPUI Tuesday to discuss the state’s policy future.
Governor Daniels requested input last month from the gubernatorial candidates on decisions the state must make in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Republican Mike Pence, Democrat John Gregg and Libertarian Rupert Boneham will have conversations with retired Chief Justice Randall Shepard.
Gregg says the state should invest more in the economy. Pence says it should encourage more collaboration between private businesses and universities.