A voice vote, with just one audible dissent, has sent the governor’s compromise fuel tax bill to the full House for a vote. “I think the goal here is to get the bill to the floor so the representatives of the state of Idaho can weigh in on the governor’s revised plan that he is making to the Legislature,” said Rep. Ken Roberts, R-Donnelly. “That’s what this process is about. … There’ll be a day in court for the governor’s transportation plan.”
Betsy Z. Russell covers Idaho news from The Spokesman-Review's bureau in Boise.
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