Less than 10 percent rural residents without healthcare
No complaints about Obamacare from local farmers.
Westby dairy farmer Darin Von Ruden says the Affordable Care Act has helped plenty of rural Americans who couldn’t afford health coverage in the past. Fewer than 10 percent of rural residents are now without health insurance.
Von Ruden is president of the Wisconsin Farmers Union. Speaking on the Wisconsin Farm Report on AM 580 WKTY, he said the possibility of Donald Trump becoming president scares him, because Trump wants to deport immigrants who do much of the work on Wisconsin farms.