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  • Huckleberries: Do-not-call list popular but has political hangups

    Seems one lobbyist with past ties to the Idaho Legislature has more clout than a million Idahoans. How else can you explain the unanimous vote by the House State Affairs …


  • Ex-lawmaker lobbies for do-not-call change

    BOISE – Former longtime North Idaho Rep. Jim Clark returned to the Statehouse on Thursday – as a lobbyist pushing to loosen up Idaho’s do-not-call list for phone companies. Clark …


  • From legislator to lobbyist…

    Former longtime North Idaho Rep. Jim Clark returned to the Legislature on Thursday - as a lobbyist pushing to loosen up Idaho’s do-not-call list for phone companies. After winning a …


  • Idaho lawyer: Cooperative law enforcemen bill is constitutional

    An informal Idaho attorney general’s opinion, issued Thursday in response to a request from House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Clark, R-Hayden Lake, says there are no constitutional problems with HB …


  • Committee won’t swallow liquor sampling proposal

    BOISE – A Hayden Lake representative’s spirited push for Idaho to allow liquor sampling at distilleries fell short Monday, when a deadlocked House committee shelved his bill on a tied …


  • Idaho rejects liquor-sampling plan

    A Hayden Lake representative’s spirited push for Idaho to allow liquor-sampling at distilleries fell short today, when a deadlocked House committee shelved his bill on a tied vote.


  • Bills invoke states’ rights

    OLYMPIA – Conservative activists in Idaho and Washington are trying to force the federal government to keep out of issues such as guns, health care and the environment. Through legislation …


  • War of words continues

    As chairman of the Idaho House Education Committee, state Rep. Bob Nonini always has the opportunity to get in the last word. As predicted by Huckleberries Saturday, however, the District …

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