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Idaho Gov. Butch Otter drew a line in the sand Wednesday, warning that he’s still firmly opposed to removing Idaho’s 6 percent sales tax from groceries.
Eye on Boise column for Sunday
Dwight Johnson, administrator of the Idaho Division of Professional-Technical Education, told the Associated Taxpayers of Idaho this morning that his division will be requesting a 10 percent increase in its funding in the upcoming legislative session, with the aim of a big boost in high...
BOISE – Idaho Gov. Butch Otter is promising “more of the same” for Idaho’s upcoming legislative session – with a lean, cautious approach to new spending or programs, despite the state’s recovering economy. “I would rather be a little short on the front end, and perhaps under-promise and over-deliver,” Otter said. “That’s what I think we’ve done in the last seven years with the help of the Legislature, and that’s what I’m planning on doing with the rest of my time in office.”
BOISE – Idaho’s headed for a different kind of legislative session in January, one marked less by painful budget cuts and more by political and philosophical battles, key lawmakers said Thursday. “Actually we have 105 game plans, folks,” Idaho Senate President Pro-Tem Brent Hill told the Associated Taxpayers of Idaho annual conference on Thursday, which traditionally serves as something of a warmup for Idaho’s legislative session.