Indianapolis ranks high for most stressed city in US

Indianapolis skyline. (WISH Photo/Howard Monroe)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Federal regulators are reportedly set to block some big health insurance mergers, including an Indianapolis company, and where Indianapolis ranks when it comes to stress.

Washington is about to move to stop two large health-insurer mergers, according to a report.

The Department of Justice is expected to file lawsuits to block Anthem’s $48 billion acquisition of rival health-insurer Cigna and Aetna’s $37 billion deal to buy Humana, according to Bloomberg.

Regulators have been concerned that consolidation of the nation’s largest insurers would raise prices for Americans.

In other business headlines, Indianapolis is the 21st most stressed city in the United States.

Wallethub ranked states on money stress, family stress, and health stress.

Indiana, at least in this survey ranked really high for work related stress.

The most stressed city was Detroit.

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