Kentucky Congressman James Comer has received the Friend of Farm Bureau Award by the American Farm Bureau Federation.
According to a news release, it celebrates his commitment to improving the lives of those in rural America. This award is given to Members of Congress who have supported Farm Bureau’s position on policy issues, as shown through their voting records.
Kentucky Farm Bureau First Vice President Eddie Melton says, “Kentucky Farm Bureau appreciates the support Congressman James Comer gives to agriculture in this state and across the country. As a farmer himself, he brings a true perspective of our industry to his service on the House Agriculture Committee and has worked tirelessly on such issues as the Farm Bill. Congressman Comer is truly deserving of this honor and we congratulate him.”