bambi bartekHard work doesn’t always mean being able to afford health insurance, as with small business owners who have fluctuating incomes. Bambi and her husband work hard for the small painting and home improvement business they own, but have been uninsured for more than a decade.

Bambi and her husband feel fortunate their two children are eligible for health coverage, but the couple can’t afford insurance. Bambi recently battled skin cancer, and her husband could better manage high cholesterol and high blood pressure if they could afford to see a doctor.

Insuring the Good Life for Nebraskans like Bambi means more security for hard-working entrepreneurs with children that must be healthy to be at their best for their business and their families.