Blake VanHoff, who works at Concrete Construction Supply in Meridian, says his company explained to employees how to sign up for health insurance and ways to go about doing it. In Idaho, the only insurance options for working adults are on the state exchange, the open market for private insurance or job benefits. VanHoff decided not to buy a plan because it was out of financial reach. “I have a wife and three kids; I’m the only one working,” he said. “I can’t afford it by myself.”
Blake VanHoff, who works at Concrete Construction Supply in Meridian, says his company explained to employees how to sign up for health insurance and ways to go about doing it. In Idaho, the only insurance options for working adults are on the state exchange, the open market for private insurance or job benefits. VanHoff decided not to buy a plan because it was out of financial reach. “I have a wife and three kids; I’m the only one working,” he said. “I can’t afford it by myself.” kjones@idahostatesman.com
Blake VanHoff, who works at Concrete Construction Supply in Meridian, says his company explained to employees how to sign up for health insurance and ways to go about doing it. In Idaho, the only insurance options for working adults are on the state exchange, the open market for private insurance or job benefits. VanHoff decided not to buy a plan because it was out of financial reach. “I have a wife and three kids; I’m the only one working,” he said. “I can’t afford it by myself.” kjones@idahostatesman.com

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