Indiana

A recently-opened South Bend clinic that performs abortions gets to stay open after a federal appeals court ruling issued Thursday.

Student-Led Program Study Shows Stigma Reduction

Aug 22, 2019

A study that examined the attitudes and behaviors of college students toward mental health issues was conducted in Indiana.

A grant competition from the state’s largest early learning nonprofit aims to address so-called child care deserts. The group will offer up to $1 million of funding for at least 10 recipients, to improve access to high-quality early education services.

A recently expanded program in Indiana connects people about to leave prison with health care and other resources. The Indiana Re-Entry Program is run by CareSource, one of the health care companies that the state contracts with to provide Medicaid. Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Jill Sheridan spoke with Care Source medical director Dr. Cameual Wright who gave an overview of the program that is now serving all 15 Indiana state-run prisons.

State Revenues Begin New Fiscal Year Roughly On Target

Aug 22, 2019

Indiana began its new fiscal year with tax collections that were roughly on target with where the state wants them to be.

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