While definitely funny, it's actually REALLY GOOD public policy and is at the forefront of Medicaid transformation in our state. Basically, food pantries, farmer's markets, etc., will be able to get reimbursed by Medicaid just like other medical providers, because access to healthy food (like greens, tomatoes, and cucumbers) are such a key part of maintaining health--and is certainly cheaper that most everything else that comes across a ph/farmacy counter.
Early on I discovered standing next to 18-years-older Cliff was often good for a discount. Decided to not be insulted but graciously accept -- largest one I recall was close to $20 in The Netherlands at the tulip gardens. Of course by now I'm due my own discount.I found out when the cashier at Wendy's gave me a senior discount without asking.