With reports that a nurse who treated Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan in Dallas has been infected, one thing urgently needs to be made clear: Our hospitals are not prepared to confront the deadly virus.
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture was awarded a Specialty Crop Block Grant for $302,620.11 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to work with the University of Kentucky and other organizations and commodity groups to strengthen markets for...
Congressman Brett Guthrie (KY-02) recently received the American Farm Bureau Federation's “Friend of Farm Bureau” award.
No child should have to fear attending school because of physical or verbal abuse by his or her classmates. But in reality, there were 15,520 incidents of bullying in our schools just in this past school year.
Agriculture Commissioner James Comer challenged Kentucky schools to provide fresh local foods to their students on “Farm Fresh Fridays,” a program that will launch in conjunction with Farm to School Month in October.
Congressman Brett Guthrie voted in support of H.R. 4, the Jobs for America Act, a compilation of bills aimed to spur job growth and increase wages.
Since late 2011, livestock producers have endured weather disasters, such as historic droughts, blizzards, floods and fires, awaiting Congressional enactment of a farm bill so that disaster assistance programs could resume.
Imagine what good could have occurred if the United States Senate had followed suit last year after the House of Representatives passed the Regulations from Executive In Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act?
Congressman Brett Guthrie, on Thursday, Sept. 18, voted in support of a package of bills that will revitalize and unleash America's energy sector.