Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act
Just weeks into the Affordable Care Act open enrollment process, one thing is clear: Choosing a health care plan through the Indiana Health Insurance Marketplace is a big decision that will have a significant impact on the lives of all Hoosiers.
Amid all the angst over healthcare.gov, the Obamacare signup website, there are successful examples locally of making interaction with government easier by doing more online.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana needs a comprehensive, statewide health strategy.
Millions of Americans have discovered health care cancellation notices in their mailboxes. The president’s repeated claim that you can keep your plan if you like it is yet another broken promise.
Beginning Jan. 1, the Affordable Care Act will give millions of newly insured Americans access to health care, many for the first time.
Thursday's nwi.com Political Roundtable discussion dealt with Obamacare and K-12 education in Indiana. You might think of those two topics as completely separate discussions, but I see some parallels between them.
The Nov. 14 Political Roundtable discusses the messy rollout of Obamacare and the State Board of Education's recent meeting to rework the A-F grading system and Common Core Standards.
OGDEN DUNES | State Sen. Karen Tallian, D-Portage, will hold a discussion on how federal health care reform affects Hoosiers at 3 p.m. Nov. 3 at the Ogden Dunes Fire House, 111 Hillcrest Road.
Can the IRS require Indiana’s state government to pay a tax penalty just like any other employer? The answer will set a precedent that goes to the fundamental relationship between states and the federal government.
Research abounds and the data that pours out touches every corner of the system. There is speculation about how healthy people will behave with more options for insurance, but no researcher has the ability to set-up a facsimile of what the environment without pre-conditions and with mandator…
As the standoff in Washington inches closer to default, it's up to citizens to put pressure on the House and Senate to finally compromise from their rigid positions. The nation must not fail to pay its bills.
There are times I wish U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita would just go away.
Republicans are conservative, right? So why are they taking such big political risks in Congress and the Indiana Statehouse?
Every good parent knows Congress needs a time-out. That's not what the federal government needs, however.
What we’re seeing in Indiana and nationally is a Republican Party that doesn’t recognize it lost the crucial rubber match.
If you weren’t shocked by the results of The Status of Girls in Indiana study, you ought to check for a pulse.
After years of debate and political posturing, the first, very visible signs of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act -- also known as Obamacare -- are scheduled to go into effect.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence achieved a bureaucratic goal Tuesday when the Obama administration signed off on a one-year extension of a federal waiver for the Healthy Indiana Plan.
Whether you agree with Obamacare or not, it's hard to argue with the notion that going to the emergency room for routine medical care is not a sensible policy. Believe it or not, however, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence suggested that option instead of free federal dollars for Medicaid expansion.
I have voted more than two dozen times to repeal, defund and strip provisions from Obamacare. It is a principle I share with all Republicans, and I will continue to support these efforts. I want the result to be victory, which is why I have concerns with a push by some to shut down the government.
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