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More Awareness for Human Trafficking

March 20, 2015 Sydney B. Jensen

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Signs to help victims of human trafficking may soon be coming to highway rest stops in Idaho. The Senate Transportation Committee unanimously endorsed the plan on Thursday. The bill would let non-profit organizations place […]

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Teacher Pay Bill: Back Again

March 20, 2015 Sydney B. Jensen

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A House panel has introduced its third version of a bill to raise the pay for Idaho teachers. The House Education Committee voted unanimously Thursday to consider the plan after introducing — and then killing […]

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12-4 Vote on Roads Funding Bill

March 19, 2015 Sydney B. Jensen

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A House panel is endorsing a bill to raise $70 million to $100 million for Idaho’s roads. The House Transportation and Defense Committee’s 12-4 vote on Wednesday marks the first major hurdle cleared by a […]

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Idaho Court Upholds Death Penalty

March 13, 2015 Sydney B. Jensen

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho death row inmate will remain there following an Idaho Supreme Court decision upholding a lower court’s ruling rejecting a post-conviction relief request. The Idaho Supreme Court in a 189-page […]

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Eminent Domain Bill Moves Forward

March 12, 2015 Cala Curtis

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The legality over Idaho’s contentious slot-like machines —known as instant horse racing terminals— sparked lengthy pleas on Wednesday from ranchers, horse breeders and jockeys arguing that removing the machines would cue […]

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Panel Introduces Marijuana Oil Bill

March 12, 2015 Cala Curtis

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho senator says his rewritten proposal to allow people to use oil extracted from cannabis plants still faces opposition from the governor’s office, despite being reworded as one of the […]

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Election Results

March 11, 2015 KID News

(EAST IDAHO) — Some mixed election results in east Idaho… Bonneville District 93’s $56 Million bond to build a new high school fell just short of the necessary 2/3rd’s vote… 65.7 per cent in that […]