The Wisconsin Bankers Association will offer health plans to its members, potentially giving small, community banks that belong to the association additional options for health insurance.

The health plans will be offered under new rules issued by the Trump administration. The so-called association health plans are exempt from some of the restrictions imposed on health insurers by the Affordable Care Act.

The Wisconsin Bankers Association will contract with UnitedHealthcare for the health plans that it offers to its members.

Association health plans are expected to be an option for people who are self-employed and small employers.

Read more in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.