A Georgia Farm Bureau member met with President Donald Trump at the White House this week to discuss how the Affordable Care Act is affecting rural America. Micheal Clements has more…
Brittany Ivey, a Georgia Farm Bureau member and Young Farmer & Rancher Committee chair of Stephens County was invited to participate in a discussion on the impact of the Affordable Care Act at the White House. Ivey was a guest of Congressman Doug Collins at the president’s address to the Joint Session of Congress last month, after she was able to share with the congressman how the Affordable Care Act had impacted her family….tape
Cut #1 :22 OC:…”on my family.”
The roundtable discussion featured physicians, small business owners and farmers who talked about the impact of the act on their industries…tape
Cut #2 :14 OC:…”expanding their farms.”
Ivey says AFBF programs, including competing in the discussion meet at the 2015 AFBF Annual Convention, helped her prepare for being an advocate for agriculture…tape
Cut #3 :17 OC:…”again today.”
That’s Georgia Farm Bureau member Brittany Ivey.