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The 2021 legislative session looks like it may be one for the record books.
The U.S. must commit resources to border enforcement
Guns, immigration, federal funding are on Idahoans's minds
Spring has begun and with it comes a renewed sense of optimism and excitement for change.
The Idaho Legislature has recessed until April 6 due to a number of COVID-19 cases among legislators and staff.
The left decried President Trump’s “America First” immigration policies and charged Republicans with being inhumane for seeking to uphold the laws of our cou...
Democrats in Washington, D.C., are actively working to saddle your grandchildren with unprecedented levels of debt to bail out states that have not operated ...
The Idaho Legislature has just finished our eighth week in session and unfortunately there hasn’t been a lot of wins for the people.
I’m writing to make you aware of a piece of legislation currently working its way through the state Legislature. The bill is being pushed by Idaho’s gas reta...
A major task each legislative session is creating and approving a plan for how we will spend our state tax dollars in the upcoming year.
Sandpoint rightfully values its and open spaces and it should be proud that it has prioritized protecting these places for generations.
There is nothing more essential to our health and way of life – or Idaho’s future – than clean, plentiful water.
Our republican form of government ensures the opportunity for all voices to be heard through elected representation.
It's abundantly clear from ancient and recent history that human nature bears three types of people.
We have just finished the fourth week of the 2021 legislative session. I might call this the nuts-and-bolts portion of the session.