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What Idaho's New Laws Mean To You

Item: What Idaho’s new laws will mean to you: From teenaged drivers to union members to businesses of every size, here’s how the decisions made by lawmakers this year affect you/Idaho Statesman

More Info: If you're a teenager about ready to take driver's ed through a public schook, you won’t have to pick up the full cost of the class, despite an effort from House conservatives to save the taxpayer money that subsidizes public school driving classes around the state.

Question: What is the best thing the 2011 Legislature did? The worst?




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