Mark Jackson, right, shown with friend Bopper Minton competing in The Amazing Race, is a former Kentucky Department of Agriculture employee who took time off in 2011 to appear on the TV show. Jackson has pressed the state for compensatory time payments that he claims he is owed.
Mark Jackson, right, shown with friend Bopper Minton competing in The Amazing Race, is a former Kentucky Department of Agriculture employee who took time off in 2011 to appear on the TV show. Jackson has pressed the state for compensatory time payments that he claims he is owed. Photo courtesy of CBS
Mark Jackson, right, shown with friend Bopper Minton competing in The Amazing Race, is a former Kentucky Department of Agriculture employee who took time off in 2011 to appear on the TV show. Jackson has pressed the state for compensatory time payments that he claims he is owed. Photo courtesy of CBS

2 former Richie Farmer employees, including 'Amazing Race' contestant, seek more state pay

April 23, 2013 06:48 PM

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