Indiana Leads Nation In Uninsured Rates

Indiana now has more people without health insurance than all of our neighboring states according to a new report from the Gallup-Healthways Well Being Index.  It showed that the rate of uninsured in Indiana was virtually unchanged from last year, at 15-percent while all our neighbors rate's dropped. Alex Slabosky, (slahhh-bow-ski) chair of Cover Indiana, says there‘s an easy explanation for Indiana‘s uninsured rate staying the same. We're still waiting to find out whether or not the Federal Government will approve Governor Mike Pence's expansion of the healthy Indiana plan as a defect-o Medicaid expansion.