Overall, enrollment increased in 2016, but enrollment in Indiana is down by a little over 20,000.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in favor of upholding health care subsidies for 6.4 million Americans, including 159,000 Hoosiers.
Donnelly wants to allow businesses to hire workers for up to 40 hours per week without being required to provide health insurance.
Indiana's senators say the Keystone XL Pipeline, immigration and Obamacare will likely be the main issues this year.
The Indiana Department of Insurance is warning people purchasing health care on the federal marketplace to be on the lookout for scammers.
A federal appeals court ruling issued today indicates the subsidies provided under the federal health exchange are invalid.
A top insurance trade group is pushing the Obama administration to approve a new catastrophic plan, which they believe would help stabilize premiums.
The Senate is beginning consideration of a bill to revive more than 50 expired tax breaks.
Sen. Dan Coats, R-Indiana, says the extension is further proof that the health care mandate needs to be replaced.
A total of 47,700 Indiana residents have enrolled in an insurance plan since the federal health exchange went online in October.