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Blog: Study says Medicaid work requirements would reduce healthcare

By Erica Teichert  |  July 15, 2016

House GOP members' recent proposal to add a work requirement to Medicaid eligibility and restructure the program's financing will be counterproductive and lead to increasing cuts in benefits and even poverty, a new policy study says.

Indiana sued over ultrasound 18 hours before abortion rule

By Associated Press  |  July 07, 2016

A new Indiana mandate that women undergo an ultrasound at least 18 hours before they have an abortion is unconstitutional and will prevent some women from getting abortions, a federal lawsuit filed Thursday contends.

In search of abortion, women are flocking to Illinois

By Kristen Schorsch, Crain's Chicago Business  |  July 05, 2016

As neighboring states clamp down on access to abortion, women are flocking across the border to one of Illinois' Planned Parenthood health centers or to private providers.

New Indiana Medicaid contracts snub UnitedHealthcare

New Indiana Medicaid contracts snub UnitedHealthcare

By Bob Herman  |  June 18, 2016

Indiana awarded new managed Medicaid contracts to four out of five bidding private health insurers. UnitedHealthcare was the lone company to miss the cut because its proposed costs were too high.

New Indiana Medicaid contracts snub UnitedHealthcare

By Bob Herman  |  June 13, 2016

Indiana awarded new managed Medicaid contracts to four out of five bidding private health insurers. UnitedHealthcare was the lone company to miss the cut because its proposed costs and profits were too high.

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