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Dozens of Idaho organizations file injunction against Idaho Office of the Attorney General  (access required)

Read More IBR Headlines Nearly three dozen entities filed a motion in Idaho’s Fourth Judicial District seeking preliminary and permanent injunctions against the Idaho Office of Attorney General Raúl Labrador in response to recent Civil Investigative Demands (CIDs) filed by ...

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Questions raised over House bill blocking state sponsorships (access required)

In September 2022, controversy surrounded the annual Boise Pride event, prompting The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, and other private organizations, to withdraw support for the festival. As a result, Idaho legislators introduced a bill, House Bill 170, to ...

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Idaho joins Texas lawsuit over new federal clean-water rules (access required)

Idaho clean-water rules

Idaho has joined a Texas lawsuit against the Biden administration’s waterway protections, claiming the rules are too vague and violate state sovereignty rights. The lawsuit, originally filed in southern Texas’ federal courts Jan. 18, was amended to include Idaho on ...

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Biden in State of Union exhorts Congress: ‘Finish the job’ (access required)

President Joe Biden exhorted Congress Tuesday night to work with him to “finish the job” of rebuilding the economy and uniting the nation as he delivered a State of the Union address aimed at reassuring a country beset by pessimism and fraught ...

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$8,500 workforce training grant bill squeaks through Idaho House on close vote

Following the longest floor debate of the year on Monday, a divided Idaho House of Representatives narrowly passed a bill that would provide $8,500 workforce training grants to Idaho high school graduates to put toward career training. Legislators spent more ...

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