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Many individuals with special needs require incontinence supplies longer than typically developing children and, often, throughout their life. In Indiana, Medicaid will cover incontinence, ostomy, and urology supplies under certain conditions. Read our fact sheet to learn more about getting coverage for these items.

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As Indiana Governor, Mike Pence's Health Policy Has Been Contentious

Pence signed into law some of the tightest abortion rules in the U.S., and was slow to respond to Indiana's heroin and HIV crises, critics say. But he compromised with Obama to expand Medicaid.