Thousands enroll in Healthy Indiana Plan
Indianapolis Star, December 31, 2007
The state's much-ballyhooed Healthy Indiana Plan for low-income adults is doling out its first insurance cards for roughly 4,500 people who applied for the benefit in the first week of enrollment. The state hopes many more follow in their footsteps. State officials are trying to get out the word through postcards, billboards, television advertisements and community clinics.
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