Agriculture Commissioner James Comer, left, and State Auditor Adam Edelen released the results of an audit alleging that Richie Farmer misused state resources while commissioner. This was like raising the Titanic here," Comer said. "But now we can move forward."
Agriculture Commissioner James Comer, left, and State Auditor Adam Edelen released the results of an audit alleging that Richie Farmer misused state resources while commissioner. This was like raising the Titanic here," Comer said. "But now we can move forward." HERALD-LEADER
Agriculture Commissioner James Comer, left, and State Auditor Adam Edelen released the results of an audit alleging that Richie Farmer misused state resources while commissioner. This was like raising the Titanic here," Comer said. "But now we can move forward." HERALD-LEADER

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