The Amish don't believe in insurance. Here's how they help pay everybody's medical bills
December 13, 2018
As an auctioneer pressed his Hartly audience toward the highest bid possible for a set of dishes, an Amish man watched from the side of the tent, his arms crossed as he leaned on a tent pole.
No older than 40, he has buried two children in the past year.
Not too far away stood an Amish bishop whose daughter had heart surgery at age 20. She will likely have a pacemaker for the rest of her life.
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