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Indiana may have to close enrollment next year on Healthy Indiana Plan for low-income adults

There are 1 comment on the Daily Journal story from Aug 18, 2012, titled Indiana may have to close enrollment next year on Healthy Indiana Plan for low-income adults. In it, Daily Journal reports that:

State officials say Indiana may have to close enrollment next year on an innovative health plan for low-income adults.

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Betty

Cross Plains, IN

#1 Aug 22, 2012
We are members of HIP and it is a great plan. Hopefully Indiana will continue the plan through 20l3 which will give Hoosiers enrolled in the plan a chance to see what Obamacare has to offer.

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