Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles, with Lexington Mayor Jim Gray at right, spoke June 27, 2017 during the Kentucky Double Dollars Program announcement at the farmers market, at South Broadway and West Maxwell Street in Lexington Double Dollars enables people who receive government nutritional assistance to double their spending power at farmers markets.
Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles, with Lexington Mayor Jim Gray at right, spoke June 27, 2017 during the Kentucky Double Dollars Program announcement at the farmers market, at South Broadway and West Maxwell Street in Lexington Double Dollars enables people who receive government nutritional assistance to double their spending power at farmers markets. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles, with Lexington Mayor Jim Gray at right, spoke June 27, 2017 during the Kentucky Double Dollars Program announcement at the farmers market, at South Broadway and West Maxwell Street in Lexington Double Dollars enables people who receive government nutritional assistance to double their spending power at farmers markets. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Don’t throw Kentucky seniors and farmers under the budget bus

January 31, 2018 02:48 PM