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Gov. Gary Herbert's proposed alternative to Medicaid expansion is getting attention from neighboring states that initially rejected the coverage available under President Barack Obama's health care law.
Idaho these days may be more likely to have a truly competitive contest for its Supreme Court than for its major partisan offices - a complete reversal from a generation ago.
I want to quote a letter that appeared in the Idaho Statesman a little over a week ago.
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Halfway through an interview with a Business Insider reporter, Brad Ford mentions why he's a little distracted.
Or where you can be denied a roof over your head simply because you are perceived to "look or act Gay."
"As Idaho Loggers and Haulers, we know that Phil understands the importance of active management of the State's forest lands to make sure those lands remain productive and healthy, earn money for the public schools while providing high-quality jobs for hardworking Idahoans," said Rich Nordstrom, PAC Chairman.
The Idaho Republican Party endorses repeal of the 17th Amendment to the Constitution, which allows election of U.S. senators by popular vote - and not the Legislature.
The DIY-sign in Matthew Townsend's front yard is dripping with red paint - like blood.
In his weekly Cheers & Jeers column, Marty Trillhaase of the Lewiston Tribune Cheers state Sen. Dan Johnson, R-Lewiston.
Idaho Gov. Butch Otter has sent an op-ed piece out to Idaho news media urging the Air Force to keep both Idaho bases, Gowen Field and Mountain Home Air Force Base.
By the time voters go to the polls May 20, they will face eight judicial election campaigns - including Boise attorney William Seiniger's challenge to Supreme Court Justice Joel Horton, and in north central Idaho, former 2nd District Judge John Bradbury's run against 2nd District Court Judge Jeff Brudie.
A former professional boxer from Idaho who made a name for himself as the "Emmett Eliminator" by smashing his way through the cruiserweight division can add another title: lottery winner.
The Idaho Department of Lands held a private auction this morning, leasing out mineral rights for state lands in several western Idaho counties, and demonstrators from across the state came out in force to protest against the threat of fracking and oil drilling, which they warned may have dire consequences for communities and the environment.
Two of the four Republican candidates for state superintendent of public instruction did not vote in the Republican primary two years ago.