Indiana’s Exception to Obamacare Leaves Many Without Health Insurance
Affordable Care Act / Healthcare

Indiana’s Exception to Obamacare Leaves Many Without Health Insurance

The State of Indiana has been allowed an exception for one year from the Affordable Care Act and has subsequently denied government incentives to expand Medicaid and has declined to set up an exchange for consumers. This exception is being officially referred to as a health-law “waiver”. This exception was given to Indiana in order … Continue reading

Gov. Officials / Politics / Regulation / U.S. Domestic Policy

More Opportunity, Less Government

On Tuesday, January 10, Governor Mitch Daniels gave his eighth and final State of the State Address to the Indiana state legislature. The last seven years Hoosiers, policy professionals, and political pundits have watched as Indiana government has reformed, producing results usually reserved for entities with a profit motive. The policy successes have been significant … Continue reading