Now that Bill Sali is no longer a congressman, he's going to need a new job. He wasn't exactly prospering as a lawyer before going to DC. After all, he had to work three jobs; lawyer, legislator, and musician. I'd guess that an unpopular 1-term congressman isn't going to be a prime candidate for a lobbiest or consultant job. So, I wonder if Gov Otter will toss ol' Bill a bone and give him a state job. I know of one that's coming open in a few weeks at an annual salary of $89,711. The Idaho Industrial Commission, which administers Idaho's workers compensation system, has three commissioners/IdaBlue. More here. Idaho Blog roundup below
Question: What will Bill Sali do while he waits two years for another run for Congress?
*Idaho liberal compassion in action/Adam's Blog
*When borrowing is a good thing/Clayton Cramer
*Our we entertaining ourselves to death?/Dennis Mansfield
*Police Reports/Bozeman Chronicle
*God in 'The Shack'/Free In Idaho!
*IVA revives no-fault divorce repeal/MountainGoat Report
*Jim Risch's first congressional vote/Randy Stapilus
*Crapo nears victory on Owyhee collaborative process/Rocky Barker