A total of 47,700 Indiana residents have enrolled in an insurance plan since the federal health exchange went online in October.
Businesses and schools have cut part-time hours under 30 hours per week to avoid being required to pay for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Sen. Dan Coats, R-Indiana, revealed his top legislative priorities today, including a delay of the individual mandate and a repeal of the medical device tax.
More than 30,000 Hoosiers have enrolled in health care plans through the federal exchange, but most of them are older adults who cost insurance companies more.
A total of 39 school corporations are challenging the federal government's ability to mandate schools provide health coverage for their employees or face fines.
Notre Dame University refiled a lawsuit this week, arguing the Affordable Care Act's mandate on contraceptive coverage is a violation of religious liberties.
Indiana is extending health coverage for high-risk individuals because of the problems the federal government's health exchange website has been experiencing.
Indiana Republicans are asking the Obama administration to release the number of Americans who have signed up for health insurance through the federal website.
The Affordable Care Act’s health insurance marketplace opens for enrollment October 1.
Rokita, along with six other House Republicans drafted a bill that would serve as an alternative to Obamacare.