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07
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Health insurance misconceptions abound

Since the election, much has been said about what the Obamacare repeal and replacement may look like for Idahoans.

Wed
07
Jun
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Bill to extend secure rural schools funding

I joined fellow Senator Jim Risch (R-Idaho) and a large, bipartisan group of Senate colleagues in introducing legislation that would extend payments under the Secure Rural Schools (SRS) program, co

Wed
07
Jun
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Make local officials commit to protecting taxpayers

Local government officials throughout Idaho are beginning the process of hearing from residents about how they’d like their tax dollars spent starting this fall.

Wed
31
May
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Intellectual property protections: Backing Idaho ingenuity

U.S. Forest Ranger Edward Pulaski helped save the lives of fellow wildland firefighters in Idaho’s 1910 Big Burn.

Wed
31
May
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Is Little’s executive order just a campaign stunt?

Lt. Gov. Brad Little’s executive order that calls for a “holistic” review of the state’s occupational licenses is the most exciting news to come out of the Idaho governor’s office in a long time.

Wed
31
May
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How the AHCA could kill Idaho

Earlier this month, Congressional Republicans forced a vote on their “American Healthcare Act” (AHCA) weeks before the Congressional Budget Office could analyze the bill’s expected impact.

Wed
24
May
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Give space to newborn wildlife

Wild bird and mammal species typically produce young in the spring.

Wed
24
May
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Idaho officials continue needless crusade against CBD products

Fun fact: There are more products at your local supermarket capable of getting a person high than anything Idaho businessman Mike Larsen plans to sell at his store.

Wed
24
May
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Labrador should resign while campaigning

Idahoans share a common set of values including fairness, hard work, ethical leadership and fiscal responsibility. Those values drive our decisions and help propel our state forward.

Wed
17
May
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Idaho needs a veto override amendment

As the state Supreme Court gets ready to consider the fate of the sloppily vetoed grocery-tax repeal legislation, it’s increasingly apparent that Idaho’s constitution contains a major defect.

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