The Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0 uses federal dollars to help provide health insurance to more than 200,000 low-income Indiana residents who get coverage in exchange for paying a small fee.
Pence and his allies have presented the policy as a conservative approach to the Affordable Care Act and have suggested it could be used in other Republican-leaning states that have resisted taking federal money under Obamacare.
Under President Obama’s health reform law, each state must either set up its own health insurance exchange or have the federal government create one for it by 2014. Obamacare requires plans on the exchanges to include “essential ben...
States across the country are slowly moving forward in implementing health insurance exchanges, a key component of the Affordable Care Act that helps uninsured Americans compare private insurance policies. Thirty-eight states have i...
A claim from the vice presidential debate between Republican Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine, and how it stacks up with the facts: PENCE: "Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine want … Click to Continue »
Tens of thousands of Illinois residents will sign up for coverage under Obamacare over the next few months. Many of them wouldn't be able to afford the insurance without a federal subsidy to help pay the premiums.