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Report: 182-Thousand Hoosiers in Health Care Void

A report that says 182,000 low-income Indiana residents could go without health insurance is refocusing attention on whether the state will win an exception to expand Medicaid using the Healthy Indiana Plan.

The Kaiser Family Foundation says 28 percent of the state's uninsured residents earn too much to qualify for Medicaid but not enough to buy subsidized insurance through the federal exchange.