The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has stopped current enrollment to its current Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP), a program created back in 2008 to provide health insurance to low-income families at or below the federal poverty line.  The state sets a limit on how many people can sign up.  It can only handle 45,000 people a month for the program because of the $112 million set aside from the Indiana Tobacco Tax to fund it.

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http://wane.com/2014/07/24/healthy-indiana-plan-reaches-capacity-stops-enrollment/