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  • Analysis: Legislature cedes rulemaking approval to Little

    Tuesday, April 23, 2019 - Melissa Davlin

    Over the last several years, the Idaho Legislature has paid closer attention to the administrative rulemaking process - a critical bureaucratic function of the government[…]   Read more


  • Renewing urban renewal

    Thursday, April 11, 2019 - Seth Ogilvie

    The Idaho tax commission recognizes 86 urban renewal districts in Idaho. House bill 217 will significantly change how they operate. The bill has been characterized by many as an attack[…]   Read more


  • Voter initiatives and administrative rules bill DOA in Senate, Winder says

    Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - Melissa Davlin

    While the House was at ease to add in amendments to Senate Bill 1205 - changing the Senate legislation into a previously rejected House version that would force both bodies to approve administrative rules - Senate Majority Leader[…]   Read more


  • What we know now

    Tuesday, April 9, 2019 - Seth Ogilvie

    The quote of this year's legislative session, uttered in so many variations that it would be unfair to attribute it to one individual, was that "the people did not know what they voted for in November." As the session[…]   Read more


  • Who watches the watchers?

    Friday, April 5, 2019 - Devon Downey

    Freshman Senator C. Scott Grow has become the center of Idaho politics this year because of his initiative bill, S1159. Proponents argue it gives rural Idahoans more say while also modernizing the process. Opponents call it unconstitutional[…]   Read more


  • Tribal exemptions for work requirements? Arizona set the precedent.

    Thursday, April 4, 2019 - Melissa Davlin

    In today's Medicaid expansion debate, expect to hear more questions about why the work requirement proposal exempts members of American Indian tribes. The issue came up[…]   Read more



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