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The Idaho House ended its legislative session after balancing fears of spreading the coronavirus with potential vetoes of several bills they will now be powerless to override
Idaho Rep. John O. Green’s expulsion from the Legislature is well-deserved.
Two former state legislators making comeback bids were halted by voters in Tuesday’s Republican primary
Less than a week after she was knocked off the ballot, former Idaho state Rep. Kathy Sims was granted another chance to return to the Legislature. First District Judge Richard S. Christensen ruled Friday that Sims, the owner of Coeur d’Alene Honda who previously served in the Legislature, should remain on the May 15 primary ballot.
BOISE – A session notable for its turmoil and unusual procedural maneuvers took another turn Wednesday, as conservative House Republicans tried to force a floor vote on a liberal Democrat’s bill – and were stymied, in part, by Democrats. The action began when Rep. Ron Nate, R-Rexburg, tried to call a bill out of the House Ways and Means Committee. The legislation, sponsored by Rep. Ilana Rubel, D-Boise, would force a committee hearing on any proposal with five Republican and five Democratic co-sponsors.