(WASHINGTON, IN) - When the rules kick in that require most people to buy a health insurance policy, about 40,000 Hoosiers will be exempt.
The landmark law that overhauls the U.S. Health Insurance System creates a carve-out for people who are members of churches that have an objection to private or public insurance.
That includes the amish, who have a long-established practice of not participating in government-run programs.
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