Portage is moving city employees to a different insurance plan instead of the city's own plan. It's a smart move that will reduce premiums for employees and the city alike.
PORTAGE | The buyouts of seven city employees last year has netted the city savings.
It’s clear that low-income, working Hoosiers without health insurance and Indiana’s economy as a whole would benefit from expanding coverage. Whether it is through the Healthy Indiana Plan or under the Medicaid provisions under health reform, we cannot wait to act.
Reading that Hammond employees pay only $12.50 to $25 biweekly for health insurance for the family plan makes me sick. Why is it that government employees get such great benefits while the rest of us have to pay out the wazoo to keep our families covered?
We now face the dilemma of having spent $250 million on flood prevention construction for the Little Calumet River, just a part of the Little Calumet River basin that includes the trunk stream's tributaries — the watershed. Yet without a working system of operations and maintenance, the Litt…
It's good that East Chicago Public Library operations are getting a thorough cleaning by officials downstate.
The rush to establish fire protection territories in Northwest Indiana is on, with at least three active proposals seeking to establish this new layer of local government. Are these proposals good for the citizens or just for the government?
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