Wed
29
Mar
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Patrick scores victory for Idaho workers, consumers

Jim Patrick went to the mat for Idaho’s makeup artists. For that, he’s a champion. Patrick is the Republican chairman of the Senate Commerce and Human Resources Committee.

Wed
29
Mar
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Democratic bills successful in Boise

By now you’ve heard about the Republican infighting that has brought business at the Capitol to a standstill.

Wed
22
Mar
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Give teachers a secret ballot election process

Give credit to freshman Rep. Dorothy Moon, R-Stanley, for her bill that protects teachers and their right to a secret ballot.

Wed
22
Mar
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78,000 Idahoans living ‘in the gap’

For 4 years, 78,000 Idahoans in the health care gap have waited for a solution. Two task forces have recommended Medicaid expansion with no action by the legislature.

Wed
22
Mar
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Clearing out the overregulation mess

In a Presidential Executive Order issued February 24, 2017, President Trump called for an extensive review of existing federal regulations to determine whether they should be eliminated.

Wed
15
Mar
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Educating the talent that we need in Idaho

Idaho’s economy is on an incredible path in the right direction. Idaho leads the nation in job creation. Idaho is one of the top three states for income growth.

Wed
15
Mar
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Opportunities abound for America

In his recent speech before Congress, President Donald Trump outlined a message of optimism that resonated with many.

Wed
15
Mar
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Bedke changes House voting process for the better

Republican Speaker of the House Scott Bedke deserves praise for implementing a meaningful change in the way Idaho House votes have been conducted for generations.

Wed
01
Mar
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Lessons learned from Vietnam veterans

The U.S. Census Bureau reports that the majority of Idaho’s veterans served during the Vietnam War.

Wed
01
Mar
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Immunization bill fails, more action to follow

Kudos to the 44 members of the Idaho House of Representatives who voted against turning the state’s childhood immunization registry (a policy mistake in its own right) into a registry of almost eve

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