The top man in the Idaho Senate is not saying if Sen. Tim Corder, R-Mountain Home, will face discipline for some anti-Republican remarks he made at a conference of the Idaho Education Association (IEA) Friday. Corder encouraged delegates of the group to work against the Idaho Republican Party on education reform laws. It’s possible that Corder, who serves as chair of the Senate Agricultural Committee, could lose that post due to the remarks, though Senate Pro Tem Brent Hill, R-Rexburg, told IdahoReporter.com that decision is up to the GOP caucus and not him/Dustin Hurst, Idaho Reporter. More here.
Question: What will happen to Corder as a result of his stand against Tom Luna education "reforms"?