Legislators take moratorium on serious moratorium talk: Effort to curb health care construction much quieter

The push to corral health care construction in Indiana returned to the General Assembly with a lower dose of momentum this year. Several bills regulating development in one fashion or another made appearances during the session, but no major initiatives will make it out of the Statehouse, according to advocates on both sides of the issue. Prospects for another push to install a certificate-of-need law or a moratorium next year also appear hazy for now, say legislators who pitched bills...

 

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