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Congresswoman Jackie Walorski made her rounds at her district’s health care facilities Wednesday morning. She saw many parts of the health care industry, from hospice care to cancer research centers.
ELKHART - High out-of-pocket costs mean many Americans walk a thin line between getting the health care they need and being able to make ends meet.
That's why Representative Walorski is excited to learn about CarePayment--an interest-free financing option for patients at Elkhart General Hospital.
NEW CARLISLE| Twenty-five years ago, Inland Steel partnered with the Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp. to create finishing lines that would mainly serve Japanese automakers.
They had a lot of foresight.
At the time, there were only two Japanese automotive plants in the United States. Today, there are 13.
INDIANA - How are federal healthcare regulations impacting local hospitals and clinics?
Congresswoman Jackie Walorski says she plans on touring the district, and will talk to healthcare officials to get answers.
Wednesday, August 26 Walorski will stop at the following places:
Representative Jackie Walorski will be visiting Michiana Wednesday.
It kicks off her G.R.O.W. tour, which stands for "get regulation out of the way."
MISHAWAKA — Another milestone in the growth of AM General’s commercial manufacturing has been achieved — the Mercedes-Benz R-Class is in full production.
INDIANAPOLIS A number of Indiana and Michigan leaders have voiced frustration with President Obama's newly announced mandatory cuts in greenhouse gas emissions.
Posted: Sunday, August 2, 2015 6:00 am
PERU – Peru Mayor Jim Walker has big plans for the land that runs along U.S. 24 from Broadway to U.S. 31.
Posted on July 27, 2015 at 2:58 p.m.