Saturday May 11
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OPINION: Bringing up the rear; Idaho is an expert [Lewiston Tribune, Idaho]
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) May 11--For years, Washington legislators prepared for the day when they could collect the sales tax owed on remote sales -- Internet, catalog and telephone purchases.
House OKs bill toughening Idaho animal abuse laws
Legislation that toughens Idaho's animal abuse laws by making it a felony for anyone convicted twice of torturing a domestic pet has cleared a hurdle in the House.
Idaho House Approves Facility Funding Plan for Public Charters
Following a debate lasting more than an hour, the Idaho House this afternoon approved-on a 42 to 27 vote-a unique finance structure that will send more money to public charter schools.
BLM: Young wild horses available for adoption
Twelve wild horse weanlings -- mostly fillies under the age of one year -- from the Challis Herd Management Area are now available for adoption at the Boise Wild Horse Corrals, according to officials of the Bureau of Land Management.
Rep. Morse's first bill would make LIDs more difficult to form
New North Idaho Rep. Ed Morse, R-Hayden, introduced his first bill this morning, drawing plaudits from members of the House Revenue & Taxation Committee.