Neal Larson talks with Senator Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) and local insurance agent, David Parker, about health insurance hikes in 2018. He discusses prison and jail sentences for teenagers after the Associated Press published a story where some questioned whether or not sentencing teenagers to life in prison is cruel and unusual punishment. Several callers weigh in on the prison discussion.
In this episode of the East Idaho Eclipse Podcast, we’re listening to you – East Idaho residents! We get to hear your first impressions about the upcoming eclipse. Some of you called into the Neal Larson show and some of you talked to us on the street. We also chat with Chip Schwarze, CEO of the Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce about the steps that Idaho Falls is taking to prepare itself and its citizens for the big day, the weekend ahead of it, as well as the few days afterward. They’ve put together a great website with a lot of fantastic information – http://eieclipse.com. […]
Trump’s complaints about a “rigged” system are based on selective indignance over voter disenfranchisement. INTERVIEW: US Senator Mike Crapo — POTUS race, nuclear bill, Saudi/911 bill. FLASHPOLL: If your choices are: Hillary, Trump, 3rd Party, […]
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho officials have released the final rate increases for health insurance plans in Idaho for 2016. Blue Cross of Idaho Health Service has the most rate hikes, averaging out to be […]