Federal officials signed off on an Indiana plan that would lock out people who fail to promptly file Medicaid paperwork. The provision could drive thousands of people off Medicaid in the state.
The state built some key conservative policies into its experimental expansion of Medicaid. Lawmakers, health officials and patient advocates across the U.S. are now keenly watching the results.
Paul Schuda was the director of the NTSB's training center in Ashburn, Va. He and two other people died when the pilot's Cessna crashed into the woods in southeastern Indiana.
The mayor of Carmel, Ind., is preparing to introduce a particularly controversial bond at the end of August, and it's all surrounding an old carousel in Canada worth a couple of million dollars.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 8-3 that denying a teacher a job because she is lesbian violates the Civil Rights Act. It's the first time the law has been found to cover the LGBT community.
Indiana's health program for low-income people is experimental, and needs federal approval to continue. The state says its program is working, but some claims lack much-needed context.
The home state of Vice President Mike Pence has asked the federal government to approve an extension of its carrot-and-stick approach to Medicaid that was made possible by the Affordable Care Act.
Carrier's tax incentives deal to keep jobs in Indiana, under pressure from Donald Trump, has other manufacturers wondering if they should ask for the same treatment.
Most of the state prison systems in the places that expanded Medicaid under Obamacare have come up short on enrolling exiting inmates, despite the fact that many of them are chronically ill.