When Lindsey Bush, account executive for Gregory & Appel Insurance in Indianapolis, entered the employee benefits business, it was an interesting time. The debate for what would become the Affordable Care Act was underway and it would soon change the way brokers did dealt with health insurance and their clients.
Working in a conservative state that has been skeptical of ACA and the president who proposed it, Bush often has to walk a tightrope with clients who have very strong feelings about the health plan and what will replace it.
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