Daniels told members of the Economic Club of Indianapolis that it's ridiculous for anyone to suggest the nearly $1 trillion
health care overhaul signed into law Tuesday by President Barack Obama won't add to the nation's debt.
Attorneys general from 13 states filed suit to stop the overhaul just minutes after the bill signing, contending the law is
unconstitutional. Other state attorneys general may join the lawsuit later or sue separately.
The legislation, piggybacked to the health care bill that passed Congress Sunday night, could also mean major job
losses for Sallie Mae, which employs about 2,400 people in Indiana, including 1,700 in Fishers.