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House recesses, Ways & Means meets...

The House has voted 56-11 in favor of SB 1078, legislation to order public universities to allow student religious groups to require their leaders to adhere to their religion; that bill now goes to the governor’s desk. The House then recessed until 2:30 p.m.; now, the House Ways & Means Committee is meeting in the JFAC room. It’s scheduled to introduce three new bills; one from Rep. Donna Pence on printing products for Correctional Industries; one from Rep. Mike Moyle on professional practice requirements for Idaho student graduates; and one from Rep. Mat Erpelding on Weed Awareness Week.




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