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Federal, state and local leaders joined West Kentucky and Tennessee Telecommunications Cooperative (WK&T) officials Thursday for an announcement of $11.7 million to provide broadband internet to underserved and unserved areas in west Kentucky and southern Illinois.
Three leading House Republicans accused the Washington, D.C., Board of Elections in a letter Thursday of failing to take responsibility for creating an “avoidable situation” that has resulted in reports of incorrect mailed ballots to the city’s residents.
Early in the summer, Americans in every state began receiving unsolicited packages filled with seeds. The mystery seeds were originated from China, according to the United States Department of Agriculture.
The USDA quickly urged Americans to not plant the seeds.
There’s a simple explanation for why liberal politicians and activists are up in arms about President Trump’s outstanding nominee to the Supreme Court, Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
First District Congressman James Comer says Congress remains committed to getting a vaccine soon for the American public.
Comer said although not much will likely be accomplished during the next month due to the election, Congress is closely monitoring the progress toward developing a coronavirus vaccine.
Congressman James Comer has received the ‘Friend of Farm Bureau’ Award.
On Monday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends First,” House Oversight Committee Ranking Member Rep.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – After advocacy from Congressman James Comer’s office, the Delta Regional Authority and U.S. Department of Labor have announced a $277,291 grant to advance workforce development efforts at West Kentucky Community and Technical College (WKCTC).
House Republicans are launching a probe into a $35 million contract the California secretary of state’s office awarded to an advisory firm that is working with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's campaign.