New Law Will Offer More Healthcare Options for Iowans Priced out of Individual Market

Law allows Iowa Farm Bureau to offer health benefit plans to members 
Author: Kristine Tidgren
AMES, Iowa ― In April 2018, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed a new law that is designed to address the mounting difficulties faced by many Iowans seeking to purchase health insurance on the individual market. Specifically, this law will provide two new healthcare benefit options for small employers and sole proprietors, the groups most impacted by Iowa’s healthcare crisis.
An in-depth analysis of the new law – SF 2349 – can be found in the May issue of Iowa State University Extension and Outreach’s Acreage Living Newsletter. It is written by Kristine Tidgren, director of the Iowa State Center for Agricultural Law and Taxation.


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