BOISE (AP) — Idaho Republican leaders announced a change of course Wednesday and approved the introduction of a bill that would include sexual orientation and gender identity protections in the state’s Human Rights Act. The House Ways and Means Committee, made up of Republican legislative leadership, voted 6-1 to bring the proposed legislation to a full hearing. The legislation, commonly called the “Add the Words” bill has been denied a public hearing for nine consecutive years.
Brad Little currently serves as Idaho’s lieutenant governor. Before his appointment to fill Senator Jim Risch’s seat after Risch resigned to become a U.S. Senator, Little served in the Idaho Senate. He spoke with Neal […]
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The fight to provide basic health services to Idaho’s neediest residents has moved to the Senate. Earlier this week, Rep. Fred Wood pulled back a $10 million plan to provide primary […]
Neal Larson interviews Kelsey Griffee from the Bureau of Land Management in Idaho about the fire prevention during the eclipse. He also interviews Senator Jim Risch about healthcare and North Korea. Jefferson County, Idaho enacts […]