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By Nishant Mohan The Senate State Affairs Committee voted unanimously to recommend the senate confirm the election of Sen. Mark Nye, D-Pocatello, after reviewing a contest of election by Nye’s opponent, Tom Katsilometes, Monday. Katsilometes alleged Nye received illegal campaign contributions, violated “The Sunshine Law,” and was given an advantage in the election by […] Read more
For the Jan. 13 show, Aaron Kunz sat down with Corey Cook, Dean of Boise State University’s School of Public Policy, to discuss the newly released 2017 Public Policy Survey for the state of Idaho. Interested in learning more? You can download and read the report here. Read more
In the hours after Rep. Heather Scott, R-Blanchard, was stripped of her legislative committee assignments, some Idaho conservatives are unhappy with the move. Scott lost her committee assignments after being accused of publicly saying women lawmakers get leadership positions only if they “spread their legs.” (Read more, via Betsy Russell of the Spokesman-Review, and […] Read more
By Nishant Mohan With no action taken last year to provide healthcare to the Medicaid gap, expand the Idaho Human Rights Act to LGBT citizens, or increase public education spending well above pre-recession levels, Democrats objected to parts of Governor C. L. “Butch” Otter’s State of the State Address. The speech and minority party’s response echoed […] Read more
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