Wed
01
Mar
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Stepping on the crazy train

The State of Idaho is one step closer to stepping onto the craziest train to hit our nation since the Founding Fathers got together for the Constitutional Convention 230 years ago.

Wed
22
Feb
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Republicans advancing anti-jobs bills

We are now half-way through the legislative session and still, the Majority party is doing nothing to empower Idaho’s working class, prepare Idaho’s students for high-paying jobs that are going unf

Wed
22
Feb
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‘Beautiful’ bill puts Idahoans back to work, loosens regulations

While members of the Idaho House of Representatives have greenlighted a bill that would require a government permission slip in order to earn money for sign language services (that is not a joke; i

Wed
22
Feb
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Bipartisan majority urges stronger Medicare Advantage

In Idaho, one in three Medicare beneficiaries have chosen a private health plan through Medicare Advantage (MA), which allows beneficiaries to select a health plan that best suits their individual

Wed
15
Feb
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The Republicans are losing focus

The first month of the Idaho legislature has ended and it’s clear that education continues to be the top concern amongst Idahoans.

Wed
15
Feb
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Sanctuary policies are anti-immigrant

There is no denying the importance of immigration to our American heritage. Immigrants tend to be some of the most hard-working, family-oriented, God-fearing people among us.

Wed
15
Feb
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Draining the swamp demands congressional term limits

The American electorate surprised the world in November because they were tired of their government acting as master instead of servant.

Wed
08
Feb
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Furthering nuclear innovation benefits Idaho

For the past three years, the Research and Business Development Center and the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) have worked together to quantify INL’s economic impact.

Wed
08
Feb
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Let’s debate the sales tax on groceries

Of all the public policies that enjoy wide support at the Idaho Statehouse, one idea has received consistent bipartisan love through the years: a plan to eliminate the sales tax on groceries.

Wed
08
Feb
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Dogs left unconfined can be hazardous to deer and elk

This winter has been one to remember in southern Idaho. Some of the snow measurements in the southeastern part of the state are 165 percent of normal.

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