As of Thursday afternoon, six of Indiana's seven Republican Representatives had expressed support for the bill.
A report from the Congressional Budget Office predicts 24 million people will lose insurance coverage if the proposed ACA replacement passes.
The Senate kicked off budget hearings, a committee approved a college immunization bill and the Indiana House Speaker reacted to the federal health care bill.
Approximately 250,000 people currently have coverage through HIP 2.0.
The rally at the Indiana Statehouse was part of a national “Save My Care” bus tour sponsored by proponents of the landmark health-care law.
Hoosiers have four insurance providers offering plans on the Health Insurance Marketplace and about 83 percent of Hoosiers qualify for subsidies.
If confirmed, Seema Verma will work in the Trump administration, bringing experience designing Indiana’s unique Medicaid expansion to national conversations.
For coverage that begins Feb. 1, Hoosiers face a Jan. 15 deadline. Open enrollment continues through Jan. 31.
Americans are signing up for healthcare as a part of open enrollment, but the election is leading to a sense of uncertainty surrounding the marketplace.
More than half a million Hoosiers are now covered because of the ACA, but a new report indicates that a small percentage of those people will see rising rates.