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Indiana Health Insurance
Indiana governor has used free-market thinking and a healthy dose of individual responsibility to create a health insurance program helping uninsured people in the state get health insurance coverage.
Nearly nine people die each week in Indiana because they don't have affordable health insurance coverage.
HHS announced the approval of a Medicaid waiver in Indiana that will permit the state to enroll low-income residents in a state-subsidized, high-deductible health care.
The federal government approved an Indiana state-subsidized program that will allow health insurance to be extended to about 130,000 uninsured state residents.