Enrollment nears federal cap for Indiana health plan
So many adults without children have enrolled in Indiana's year-old subsidized health insurance plan that their numbers threaten to reach a federal cap—especially as the recession lengthens and more people find themselves out of work. About half of the 41,948 people in the Healthy Indiana Plan are Hoosiers without dependent children. The cap on enrollees in that category is 34,000.
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