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IPEA MVPs: Cronin & Cameron

IPEA (Idaho Public Employees Association) announced its awards for state legislators in its annual legislative report published this weekend. IPEA named its MVPs for the House and the Senate. Rep. Brian Cronin (D) was the MVP for the House.  Rep. Cronin spoke out in opposition to the Luna laws.  He also was a strong voice in representing the middle and working class Idahoans in pretty much every public employee issue and issues important to all working (and unemployed) Idahoans. Sen. Dean Cameron (R) was the MVP for the Senate.  Sen. Cameron has been a reliable voice to protect PERSI and he spoke out strongly against the Luna laws.  He’s the type of conservative we like at IPEA; moderate reasonable, pragmatic and not overly ideological/IPEA Blog. More here.

Question: Who would you name as the MVP of the 2011 Idaho House and Idaho Senate?


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