Quantcast
Home / News / Law & Government (page 9)

Law & Government

State parental leave policy follows lead of private industry (access required)

photo of families first act

This article was updated Jan. 31 to clarify Smith + Malek’s location. When Gov. Brad Little recently announced an executive order granting state employees in the executive branch eight weeks of paid parental leave, he was following the lead of ...

Read More »

Idaho not in the running for new Air Force squadron (access required)

photo of c-130

The Air Force is looking for a site for a new aeromedical evacuation squadron for next year, but Idaho isn’t on the list. “The Idaho Air National Guard is continuously looking for new missions, but the Air Force is looking for a unit that already ...

Read More »

Legislation written to fix Idaho drone laws (access required)

photo of drone

IDAHO FALLS – A public safety advocacy organization is putting forth a bill for this legislative session that would make it easier for public safety groups – and, potentially, businesses – to use drones and other unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in Idaho. ...

Read More »

Legislative committee recommends lower budget figure than governor’s (access required)

photo of idaho statehouse

While the Economic Outlook and Revenue Assessment Committee concurred with Gov. Brad Little on his revenue assessment for the current fiscal year, it cut $23 million from his estimate for next year, citing concerns of a possible recession. The committee ...

Read More »