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Idaho Human Rights Commission sets public forum, awards presentations next week in Caldwell

The Idaho Human Rights Commission has scheduled a public forum for a week from tomorrow in Canyon County, to hear public comments about human rights work and issues in the county, followed by a reception honoring the recipients of two top awards: Former Gov. Phil Batt, who will receive the Human Rights Lifetime Achievement Award, and Idaho Department of Labor Director Roger Madsen, who will receive the Humanitarian Award.

The commission will meet Oct. 29 from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Caldwell at the College of Idaho, Simplot Dining Commons, south dining room; its open forum will run from 1-3 p.m., with the reception from 3-4. Among those scheduled to speak at the open forum are the heads of the Nampa Housing Authority and the Idaho Office on Aging and Mexican Consul Guillermo Ordorica.




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