Should our legislators be full time? The rationale behind my sign language legislation and the review of a proposed rule that would have a significant impact on the trucking industry.
This week I discuss how a bill becomes a law, share an update on dispatcher licensure, clarify the Unspam legislation and share my personal ethics.
Week 1 of the 64th Idaho Legislature is in the books. I discuss the tumultuous first 5 days, UnSpam legislation, and tax cuts during the Great Recession vs. responsible funding of services.
My thoughts on Gov. Otter’s State of the State address and the passing of former Pocatello Mayor Greg Anderson.
In this podcast of the first day of the 2017 Idaho Legislative Session, I review my goals which include: dispatch training, sign language interpreters, protecting kids from inappropriate cell phone spam, civility and respect. This is going to be a busy session.
“On behalf of the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility (Responsibility.org), it is my pleasure to tell you that you have been selected to receive our Leadership Award for your efforts to prevent drunk driving and underage drinking in Idaho this year. We are incredibly grateful for your continued partnership and are excited to honor your […]
A lot of work in only 11 weeks. In my legislative wrap up, we talk about Bibles in school, permitless carry, hybrid fees and more. Thank you to my fellow legislators for their sacrifice and service to our great state. I am happy to be home.
How do I process the worthiness of proposed legislation? Does money play a role in my voting? Will the Medicaid Gap issue get resolved?
What’s left to finish up before we come home, the difficult process of trying to make things better and some frustration with political games.
I have the flu this week but I did a short report anyway. We celebrated Idaho Day last week, wrapped up issues with the Real ID, purchasing and tackled the Right to Try legislation that would allow a terminally ill person to try experimental medications that might lengthen their life.