KENTUCKY (WKYT) – The Biden administration is requesting congress include $100 million dollars in its end-of-the-year supplemental budget, to help Eastern Kentucky’s recovery from devastating flooding.
The White House office of management and budget formally sent the proposal — which includes money for Puerto Rico, Florida and Kentucky — Friday.
Congress has until December 16, to pass appropriations to keep the government functioning and avoid a shutdown.
The money will be used to help the state’s agricultural producers because much of their low-lying farmland was destroyed in the flooding.
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