INFB-Health-Insurance-Plan-Could-Bring-Younger-Generation-Back-to-the-FarmFor the first time in a long time, the top priority of Indiana Farm Bureau has changed. According to Kendell Culp, vice president of Indiana Farm Bureau, access to affordable healthcare has replaced property taxes as their primary focus.
“We’re finding out we have many members that are coming forward and say, ‘I can’t afford it at any level,’” said Culp. “They’re going without healthcare for them, their spouse, and sometimes even their family. These are our Farm Bureau members that are active, full-time farmers that are saying they can’t afford health care because of the cost because of deductibles.”
Culp said it’s time to have another option for some of their members to have something affordable and accessible.
Right now, there is a roadblock with some of the wording in state statue that doesn’t allow INFB to market some of the health benefit plans to their members. S.B. 184 has been introduced and sponsored by Sen. Ed Charbonneau of Valparaiso to amend the Indiana Code for insurance to help INFB’s efforts.
“If everybody gets allowed in like the national health…
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