The third bill presented in Senate State Affairs this morning was HB 419 from Rep. Ron Mendive, R-Coeur d’Alene, forbidding employers from asking about workers’ immunization status.
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BOISE — When Idaho lawmakers reconvene this year’s regular session on Monday, they’ll be doing so under a legal cloud, because there are conflicting legal opinions about whether they can turn the state’s part-time Legislature into a year-round one by simply never adjourning sine die and reconvening whenever they want.
Explosive growth, affordable housing, and constitutional rights are some of the biggest issues facing Twin Falls, City Council candidates say.
BOISE — Chastened by a unanimous Idaho Supreme Court ruling, Idaho’s governor and top legislative leaders now say they don’t support any further restrictions to Idaho’s voter initiative rights in the next year.
BOISE — It’s long been assumed in Idaho that whenever the governor leaves the state, even for just a short period of time, the lieutenant governor fills in as acting governor.
(The Center Square) – While Idaho Gov. Brad Little was touring the southern border with other Republican governors, his Republican lieutenant governor and potential primary opponent, Janice McGeachin, issued an executive order banning vaccine passports.
BOISE, Idaho — The days when then-Lt. Gov. Brad Little bragged about getting Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter's parking spot when he was away are long gone. Little's own second-in-command is not so satisfied with small powers. Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin is again testing the limits of her position. McGeachin signed an executive order banning vaccine passports and mandatory COVID-19 testing in schools on ...
U.S. Sen. Jim Risch, R-Idaho, is co-sponsoring legislation to prohibit content warnings from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) on U.S. founding documents.
It is amazing how freely politicians lie. So it was with Sheriff Wolfe’s letter regarding the mask mandate. Decide for yourself:
SALEM — Gov. Kate Brown recently called the Oregon Legislature into a special legislative session in order to adopt new congressional and legi…