INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mike Pence has directed the Indiana Department of Insurance to continue for one extra month the state-supported high-risk insurance program serving some 6,800 Hoosiers with significant health issues.
The central role of the Indiana Department of Insurance is to help Hoosier consumers by ensuring that they get accurate information so that they can protect their families. The Pence administration has openly decided to abandon that role.
When Indiana recently announced individual health insurance costs in Indiana will rise 72 percent on average because of new Affordable Care Act requirements, an immediate outcry followed from some ACA supporters, who accused the Department of Insurance of misrepresenting these numbers in a d…
Stephen Robertson is commissioner of the Indiana Department of Insurance
INDIANAPOLIS | The state's insurance commissioner has told federal health officials that Indiana will not select an Essential Health Benefits plan until a new governor is elected and lingering questions about the Affordable Care Act are answered.
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