Kentucky has gotten a lot of attention over the years when it comes to finding innovative ways to govern. Our education reforms of the 1990s were hailed as national models, for example, and we are the only state to permanently dedicate half of our annual tobacco settlement payments to agriculture, a move that has played a key role in the industry’s record sales in recent years.
Two other programs took a step into the national spotlight early this month when a Harvard University-based center included them among the 25 that will compete this fall for its Innovations in American Government Award.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Floyd County Times - Greg Stumbo on DPA SW Program and other innovations
A legislative perspective