Indiana's public and private sectors, led by Governor Mitch Daniels, have worked hard to make the state a healthier place to live. Indiana raised its cigarette tax - and consumption of tobacco products dropped by almost 20 percent. To reduce obesity, the health department is working with small businesses and school districts to increase access to healthy foods and physical activity.
Indiana's story, and five others, are featured in a report by Trust for America's Health about where employers are working with communities to make healthier choices easier for employees and their families.
Read the report: Healthier Americans for a Healthier Economy