Eye On Boise

Governor's agenda is before lawmakers

An ebullient Gov. Butch Otter laid out his vision for Idaho on Monday, calling for $22 million in credits to mitigate the sales tax on groceries for low-income residents, eliminating a large state agency, and moving to a "pay as you go" approach for new buildings and other new initiatives. Read the full story in today’s Spokesman-Review.




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