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Christie Wood (re: Frank: I did too contact NIC): Frank (Henderson) and I have a different defintion of what is a discussion. I made my post on Wed. during the day responding to the on-line story. John told the Board that night at the board…


Frank: I Did Too Contact NIC

Rep. Frank Henderson sent the following e-mail to Hucks Online re: a recent comment by Trustee Christie Wood here that he hadn’t sought NIC input for a proposal to split community college districts into subdistricts: “Christie Wood’s comment that I haven’t contacted NIC reveals a…


Christie: Frank Acting Without Input

NIC Trustee Christie Wood re: “Henderson wants to split community college districts”): This is not the first time Frank has attempted to create districts for CC trustees but it is the http://media.spokesman.com/photos/2011/01/19/woodweb_r60x60.jpgsecond time he has done it without discussing any of his ideas with the…


North Idaho presence on JFAC drops by two

BOISE – Now that embattled Rep. Phil Hart, R-Athol, has been removed from the House tax committee for the next two years, where did he land? House Speaker Lawerence Denney kept Hart on the other two committees on which he already was serving: Judiciary, Rules and Administration; and the House Transportation Committee, on which he’ll continue to serve as vice-chairman. Hart just no longer has a third committee assignment.


Henderson gives up budget post to focus on jobs

Rep. Frank Henderson, R-Post Falls, has decided to give up his coveted seat on the Idaho Legislature’s Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee after five years to focus on economic development legislation in the coming session.


Henderson Gives Up JFAC Seat

Rep. Frank Henderson, R-Post Falls, has decided to give up his coveted seat on the Legislature’s Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee after five years to focus on economic development legislation in the coming session. “My background is economic development, it is business management,” said Henderson, a fourth-term…


Henderson to leave JFAC to focus on economic development legislation

Rep. Frank Henderson, R-Post Falls, has decided to give up his coveted seat on the Legislature’s Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee after five years to focus on economic development legislation in the coming session. “My background is economic development, it is business management,” said Henderson, a fourth-term…



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